• Society Spotlight On: Once A Month

    UoN Once a Month was launched this year at UoN as a branch of the wider Once a Month campaign. The student-led project aims to tackle period poverty and help vulnerable women access the products they need. I caught up with project co-lead and president Sachi Kulkarni to find out more about...
  • Photo of a woman with her back to camera, walking alone through a city

    Safety Apps For Walking Alone At Night

    Lucy Tombs The events of the past few weeks have resulted in many women feeling increased anxiety surrounding their personal safety. Whether this be walking on your own at night or strolling to the supermarket in the middle of the day, most people have felt doubts about if they...
  • Hairstyles Throughout the Years

    Lucy explores the evolution of hairstyles throughout the years ! ...
  • Serena Williams playing tennis

    Ten Times Serena Williams ‘Served’ us the Best Court-side Looks

    Serena Williams has been a key player in sporting history since she first entered the professional leagues of tennis in 1995. This is not solely due to her astonishing twenty-three grand slam titles or her astounding four Olympic Gold Medals, but her unapologetic feminism and ferocious style on the...
  • Solidarity At Nottingham’s Sarah Everard Vigil

    Women* gathered in front of the Brian Clough Statue at 6pm on the 13th March to mourn the death of Sarah Everard and other women who have died at the hands of male violence....
  • Women’s Freedom To Exercise During COVID-19

    Lucy Wooster The resilient nature of COVID-19 presents the daunting prospect of ever-extending public health restrictions imposed by the British government. The arrival of the virus into the UK has plunged the British public into a year-long cycle of reoccurring national lockdowns, social distancing measures and isolation periods. Attempts...
  • Diversity At The Oscars: Are Things Really Changing?

    Charlotte Smith Every single year without fail, the Oscars draw criticism for the lack of diversity in its line-up of nominees. 336 acting Oscars have been awarded in its history, 19 to Black actors, 5 to Hispanic/Latino actors and 3 to Asian actors. Recently the Oscars unveiled plans to...