• Preview: Varsity Basketball

    The Varsity basketball match is set to tip off at the Motorpoint Arena on the 29th of March, but how have both sides fared coming into the big game? It has been an inconsistent season for both teams’ squads in the BUCS leagues, with UoN’s women’s 1st team finishing...
  • The Nottingham Arrows – Why You Should Give Cheerleading a Try

    We sat down with two members of the Nottingham Arrows to discuss all things cheerleading, and believe it or not we had more things to talk about than just pom poms and scrunchies. Pia and Laura are keen to squash the negative stereotype often associated with cheerleading and told...
  • Can the Green and Gold win Varsity for the eighth consecutive year?

    This year’s Varsity kicks off with Super Wednesday at the Lee Westwood Sports Centre on 20th March. Since the inception of the ‘Super’ events in 2016, we have won every single one, home and away. So what will this year’s instalment on Trent’s turf hold? This first event of...
  • SU Hustings 2019: Sports Officer

    On Monday 4th March, both candidates running for the position of Sports Officer participated in hustings. This year there are two candidates running for the position: Ben Bean and Millie Doherty. Each candidate was given five minutes to introduce themselves before being asked how they think sports societies and...
  • Golden BUCS Nationals for University of Nottingham Sport

    Eight of the University of Nottingham’s Sports teams travelled to Sheffield last weekend with the hopes of returning home as winners. The eight sports contested over the weekend included; Indoor Athletics, Long Course Swimming, Fencing, Karate, Judo, Climbing, Rifle and Badminton. The BUCS Nationals event invites the elite sport...
  • The Monthly BUCS Round-Up

    As the academic year gets into full swing, so does a new season of BUCS sport. UoN have increased their reputation as a sporting university in recent years, finishing fourth in the BUCS standings for the past three years and winning the title of Sports University of the Year...
  • Mental Health in Football: how to tackle it ‘head-on’

    The University of Nottingham Football Club recently held a workshop to raise awareness of men’s mental health issues. A University of Nottingham alumnus, Ed Tarlton, who devised the session, was invited to share his past experiences with current players on Saturday afternoon. There was a general sense of optimism...