• UPDATE: SU Releases Affiliation of Societies Update

    Following concern from students, the SU and its Elected Officers released a statement this morning clarifying the situation regarding the affiliation of Nottingham Students for Life, as well as the position of the elected officers with regard to the society’s views. The statement provides an update on the affiliation of...
  • SU Grants ‘NSFL’ Affiliation Overturning Council Vote

    Impact investigates the events surrounding the repeal of the vote not to affiliate the Pro-Life society with the SU. The Vote Before the end of term, Niamh Milliner was invited, as the incoming president of the English society, to attend the termly Societies Council Meeting. Upon arrival at the...
  • What Makes a Mugger?

    Following the slew of recent mugging related incidences on campus, including one involving himself, Joe tackles the tough topic of muggings, using science to explain why someone would commit such a crime....
  • Behind the Scenes: Young Professionals Photoshoot

    Our new issue of Impact is centred on success and power, so what better way to round out a successful year for the magazine and Nottingham students than with a professional-themed photoshoot? Read on to find out what happened behind the scenes.   The theme for this issue spans...
  • Ecological Disaster from Hydroelectric Dams

    One of the rarest species in the world is now one-step closer to extinction after the last known female died on Saturday 13th April 2019. There are now only 3 known individuals of the Yangtze giant soft-shell turtle left. The 90-year-old female which died on Saturday was one of...
  • Should Social Media Addiction be Called a Disease?

    MPs have recently been in discussions to decide whether social media addiction should be classified as a disease. It comes after a long uproar of people claiming social media is affecting children’s mental health and a further recent report undertaken by the government suggesting the same.   In November...
  • American Football Varsity Review: Green and Gold Win in the Trenches

    This game was rather pedestrian in the first half, with both teams sticking to a run-first offense in the adverse playing conditions. With Nottingham Trent’s offense struggling to stay on the field for much of the first half, UoN looked like the more likely team to break the deadlock....