• Society Spotlight: Latin, Ballroom And Salsa Society

    For those wanting to dance at university, whether beginner or expert, Latin, Ballroom and Salsa Society is definitely the society for you, providing a range of different sessions you can get involved with. Abigail Cadman Kerr interviewed Alicia Ward, the General Secretary, to find out more....
  • Society Spotlight: Lingo Magazine

    The University of Nottingham has a new media society in its midst, Lingo Magazine. Serving up the opportunity to write about different languages and cultures, Lingo Magazine promises to unite cultures from around the world in the heart of the University of Nottingham. Victoria Mileson, Lingo Magazine’s Culture Editor,...
  • Society Spotlight – The Mic

    You may be unaware, but Impact is not the only magazine society that UoN has. There is also The Mic, which focuses solely on music. Yes, Impact does already have a music section, but if you just can’t get enough of writing about music and want even more opportunities...
  • Society Spotlight On: Once A Month

    UoN Once a Month was launched this year at UoN as a branch of the wider Once a Month campaign. The student-led project aims to tackle period poverty and help vulnerable women access the products they need. I caught up with project co-lead and president Sachi Kulkarni to find out more about...
  • Spotlight On: FemSoc

    March is International Women’s Month, so it seemed like the perfect opportunity to interview the President of FemSoc Ifeoluwa Oyedeji to find out more about how to get involved in feminism at the University of Nottingham....
  • Society Spotlight On: Women In Law Society

    A relatively new society, Women in Law at UoN was established in 2018. I interviewed the External Relations Coordinator, Chidiebere Okoroafor, to find out more about the society and the exciting events that they have coming up....
  • Spotlight On: Art Soc

    Gemma Cockrell This term has proven difficult for societies due to COVID-19 restrictions, meaning they are unable to run their usual face-to-face events and socials. This has meant they have had to brainstorm new and innovative ways to keep their members engaged, and keep the community alive during a...