• “I am trying to get a lot of student input”: Interview with SU Community Officer Ellie Mitchell

    With the 2018 Students’ Union Elections currently taking place, Impact talked to Ellie Mitchell, the SU Community Officer. During the interview, Ellie talked about how she has really been enjoying her time in office despite it being “very hard,” the Living Wage campaign, scholarships for refugees and asylum seekers,...
  • “The SU is heading in a very good direction”: Interview with SU President Alan Holey

    With the 2018 Students’ Union Elections currently taking place, Impact talked to Alan Holey, the SU President, to learn more about his time in office. During the interview, Alan talked about his experiences, the Inspirational Student Magazine, making the SU more transparent and more. How would you say your...
  • Meet your 2018 SU Activities Candidates

    During our Students’ Union Elections Media Day on Saturday 24th February, we chatted to the candidates who are running to be elected as your Activities Officer for the 2018-19 academic year. Take a look at what they had to say. Mike Flanagan Mike Flanagan, a fourth-year Electrical and Electronic...
  • The strike debate – which side are you on?

    First up, let’s get back to basics: Who is deciding to strike? After several months of negotiations and a failure to agree on a solution, the University and College Union (UCU), the trade union for lecturers and other staff at universities, have called for the strike. 88% of UCU...
  • Life hacks: Portland Hill

    The landscaping on Portland Hill is now finally finished, and since it looks like a considerable chunk of your tuition fees have gone into the redevelopment, we here at Impact Features thought we’d share some top tips for getting the most out of the Portland Hill water feature. Now,...
  • Portland: What the f*** is going on?

    Upon returning to Nottingham in September, University Park Campus had become a building site. Green has become grey. Open access has become fences and scaffolding. Wires are hanging from the ceiling and seemingly everything has moved location. These are the effects of a long term redevelopment project for the...
  • SU announces disabled access changes to Portland amid building redevelopment

    The University of Nottingham’s Students’ Union (UoNSU) has announced changes to disabled access routes to Portland today as the building continues to be redeveloped. As students return for the final university term, the SU has revealed that there will be no disabled access to the west side of the building, including...