• Nottingham Games: UoN Beat NTU In The Women’s Basketball

    Rachel Roberts The University of Nottingham’s Women’s Basketball team edged out Nottingham Trent 81-73 in a thrilling start to the Nottingham Games. A game where the lead frequently switched sides, it was never not entertaining. UoN had played very little together as a team prior to this match –...
  • SU Strikes Back At Government’s Response As ‘Still Not Good Enough’

    Alice Nott The Students’ Union has written to the government, along with the Vice Chancellor and the University’s executive board, to express their fears over the response to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as seeking immediate support and guidance. They begin the letter by praising the efforts made by...
  • SU Sign Open Letter To Uni Demanding Better

    In response to the blame being placed on students for the rise in Covid-19 cases and the apparent lack of response by both the government and the University, our Student Union team arduously submitted a letter explaining students grievances to Shearer West, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nottingham, and...
  • Meet the Candidates: BME Officer – Jared Spencer

    Jared Spencer is running to be UoN’s Students’ Union BME Officer for the 2020/21 academic year. Impact caught up with Jared to ask him a few questions. Why do you want to be the BME Officer? What are your motivations? This past year I had the privileged of working...
  • Meet the Candidates: BME Officer – Jere Foote

    Jere Foote is running to be UoN’s Students’ Union BME Officer for the 2020/21 academic year. Impact caught up with Jere to ask her a few questions. Why do you want to be the BME Officer? What are your motivations? When nominating myself for the role of BME Officer...
  • Suicide Awareness Week

    As you all made your way around campus, I’m sure you were bought to a halt when you saw the display of 95 pairs of shoes at the bottom of the steps of Djanogly Terrace, which will be up all week. Myself, along with many other students, paused for...
  • Building Fences – KiSS Society

    KiSS Society was set up in 1995 to support two villages in Uganda and currently supports 300 children, their families, and communities who suffer hardship. At Impact News we sat down with Ellie Corroyer, who is the president of KiSS Society to talk about the work that they are doing...