• You can’t Not(ts) Vote

    The 12th December 2019 is set to be the first December general election in 96 years and whilst some are enthused by their newly found power to elect MPs, many students are overwhelmed by the prospect of not knowing who to vote for and if whoever they choose will actually...
  • The People’s Vote: An opportunity for young adults to reclaim their future

    Flashback to the 23rd of June 2016. It is our final school assembly, the same day we wave goodbye to our British headmaster, who had guided the school for 25 years. I am gripped to my phone, so is my friend to my left, and a few other Year...
  • A Selection of Elections: Votes, Suffrage and Reform

    At the beginning of the month both myself and Georgia Butcher made our way down to Lakeside Arts for a private view of Manuscripts and Special Collections latest exhibit: ‘A Selection of Elections’. Curated by Kathryn Summerwill and officially opened by Val Wood of the Nottingham Women’s History group,...
  • Media sensationalism has twisted NUS’s failure to condemn ISIS

    The NUS National Executive Committee (NEC) recently rejected a motion calling for the NUS to condemn ISIS. Absurd as this seems, it is not as simple as the press headlines make out. On reading that the NEC had voted against condemning ISIS, I was initially inclined to agree with...
  • POLL: Impact Music’s Best Of 2013

    As another year draws to a close, what better way to spend the long, dark and cold days than by coming up with your favourite ten albums and songs of the past year? We need as much help as we can get with this, so please get voting and...