• We’ve got a Supermoon on the way! Don’t miss out!

    February 2018 had no Supermoon however this year on the 19th February we are due to have the biggest full moon of 2019! This is your low-down on what the Supermoon is, and our recommended places to view it across Nottingham!   What is the Supermoon? Unsurprisingly, science and...
  • The University of Nottingham Hosts the Asda Foundation Nottingham 10k Marathon

    The University of Nottingham is calling on supporters to push themselves and sign up for this year’s Run for All event, which will take place in Nottingham on Sunday 16th June. The Run for All events are part of Jane Tomlinson’s legacy, having created the non-profit charity to support cancer...
  • Best Places to Spend your Meal Card on Campus

    The meal card is God’s gift to first years. So many options, so much good food to sample. If there’s one thing I miss about being in catered halls, it’s having a meal card (even if I did put on a considerable amount of weight). Impact have selected the...
  • Fresher’s Checklist: What to do in Notts

    With the 2018/19 academic year incoming, the city of Nottingham is faced to bear the excitement that new students and returning students will usher in, with their new IKEA bed linens, fresher’s bands, and a brazen attitude to partying and studying. Students eager to explore Nottingham and enrich themselves...
  • Fixing the student housing market in Nottingham

    Student Co-operative Homes is a new national body that aims to fix the student housing market, and it is making its way to Nottingham. In its press release, Student Co-op Homes claims to “offer alternative cheaper student housing in towns and cities across the UK – housing that...
  • Early morning picket kicks off lecturer strikes over pensions

    Staff and students at the University of Nottingham kicked off a potential four weeks of strikes over pensions on 22nd February, with a picket at the West Entrance of University Park Campus and a banner drop over Ningbo Friendship Bridge. The picket is part of a wave of industrial...
  • Cycling: a sport and a lifestyle that’s accessible for all

    As we leave the saddle (or sofa) at the end of the Tour De France: basking in that rare sense of national pride from witnessing another British triumph in both Chris Froome and newbie Simon Yates’ Yellow and White jersey wins, there’s not really been a better time for...