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The University of Nottingham’s Students’ Union (UoNSU) has today (20th March) passed a motion to provide at least one gender

Alan Holey has been elected as your new SU President for 2017-18. Alan was declared the President of the Students’ Union

No candidates ran for Environmental and Social Justice Officer this year. The current Environmental and Social Justice Officer is Emory

News

The voting period for this year’s Students’ Union elections has closed, with voter turnout dropping by 9%. After a final push in

It is the final day of voting for the Students’ Union elections and the candidates and their campaigners are out

Adam Pratchett has been announced as the new Sports Officer. Adam secured the position after one round of voting, due

Martin Nguyen has been announced as the new Activities Officer.  The total number of people that voted for this position

Ruby Harrison has been announced as the new Women’s Officer.  This position was uncontested, meaning Ruby secured the position after

Cassie O’Boyle has been announced as the new SU Education Officer. The total number of people who voted for this

Experience

We’ve all fantasised about semesters abroad, visions of ourselves guzzling Weißbier in Germany or shimmying along a beach in Spain

Winston Churchill famously said that democracy is the worst form of government, except all those other forms that have been

Doing a sociolinguistics module last semester made me well aware of the power of language. We use the words we

Homelessness in the UK has risen 54% in the UK since 2010, and, according to the homeless charity Framework, rough

The 8th of March passed as quickly as it came. Whilst the University of Nottingham hosted an array of events

  With this year’s SU Elections coming to a close on Friday, there was still one last opportunity for candidates to

Lifestyle

“Yo Mama” is a project inspired by Uber and mums while being born from the Nottingham Entrepreneurs Launchpad event in

The World Health Organisation declared the arsenic poisoning of Bangladesh as ‘the largest mass poisoning of a population in history’,

It’s that time of the year again where designers come together in arguably the world’s best dressed city and showcase

E-cigarettes are used by people who smoke, either as an aide to quit or as a direct replacement for traditional cigarettes.

Jourdan Dunn, who has modelled for the likes of Victoria Secret and Balmain and is the face of Maybelline New

Last week, Nike announced that they are to be the first major sports brand to release hijabs designed for athletes. The appropriately

Culture

During the following weeks, Impact Film & TV writer Sean McGurk will list his opinions on his choice of the 10 greatest

In these dark essay-writing and intensely depressing times, where each and every one of us feels like throwing ourselves into

Baby Driver (Trailer #1) Two years on from his last written project and four years since his most recent directorial

Once again, Impact Arts’ Esther takes a Shakespearean tale and transforms it for the twenty-first century. This time, the turn of A Midsummer

February 2017 was the month in which cinema audiences flocked to see Lego Batman, Split and the raunchy Fifty Shades Darker.

It’s no secret that Hollywood is driven by popular novels, plays and musicals. However, the sad reality is that many

Reviews

After many months of hype-building teaser clips and social media posts, Disney have finally released the latest instalment in their

A critique of the capitalistic lifestyle and an all out riddle of a film, A Cure for Wellness is Gore

Callum Walker’s The Black Dog on my Sofa has a lot to say about depression, and for the most part

Student-written theatre has never been finer than in Emma White’s Infectious. The two woman play is punchy, hilarious, and heart-breaking,

Whereas some plays skirt carefully around controversial subjects, Mike Bartlett’s An Intervention hits the issues straight on, creating a dialogue

From Theodore Melfi comes the Oscar-nominated Hidden Figures, a tale regarding the true story of three African American women who

Sport

It’s that wonderful time of year again; all those essays are temporarily put aside, George Green is swapped for green

It has been a disappointing few days for British tennis, coming after a period of excitement which saw Sir Andy

The University of Nottingham (UoN) hit form once again in the British Universities and Colleges (BUCS) leagues and cups, winning 53%

The takeover saga at Nottingham Forest has taken another unexpected twist. Greek shipping magnate Evangelos Marinakis, who also owns Greek

In a move that epitomises the erratic nature of Al-Hawasi’s reign at the City Ground, Mark Warburton was recently appointed

The University of Nottingham (UoN) hosted the Table Tennis PG Mutual National Championship for the first time in the David

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