• Let’s Go To the Beach!

    Mia investigates the University's brand-new beach volleyball court at the Highfields Sports Complex....
  • Mugging on Campus

    Police are currently investigating after an apparent mugging incident occurred on the University of Nottingham’s campus. The police were seen near Florence Boot Hall. A spokeswoman for the University of Nottingham has said: “We are shocked at a deplorable instance of mugging on the University Park Campus in the early...
  • What Would I Like to See in the Future? Part 2 of 2

    As coursework and exam season is in full swing, the daunting and exciting prospect that the academic year is almost coming to an end has us at Impact Features thinking: what would we like to see in the future? Our contributors have compiled a selection of various things that...
  • Spill Ink, Not Tears

    Writing can heal. You have probably heard of the health benefits of undertaking activities like yoga, meditation or psychotherapy. But these activities do not help everyone. We all have different needs, preferences and interests. I would like to talk about a method you might be acquainted with – writing....
  • The Academic Tinder

    Starting university is an exciting time, but can also be incredibly scary. You’re meeting new people, adapting to a new way of living and having to grasp a whole new way of learning in a very short period of time. You’ve got a million and one questions and no...
  • Sustainability Week 2019

    As we reach the middle of Sustainability Week it’s important to remember what it stands for. Sustainabilitity Week aims to raise awareness about environmental and social issues on a range of topics. To empower students and staff to make small changes in their life that have a big impact...
  • The Truth about TB

    The immune system pressures of university life – such as hard partying, deadlines, and moving address regularly – make it more likely that latent TB will wake up causing illness. Fortunately, a simple blood test is all that’s needed to find latent TB so that it can be treated...