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The University of Nottingham Student’s Union (UoNSU) has confirmed that ‘RAG Raids’ run by student-run charity Karnival ‘have ceased’, following

The family of Andrew Robertson, who died last week in a car crash outside of University Park, have released a

The University of Nottingham (UoN) Ice Hockey side could not recover from falling 3-0 behind early in the second period

News

According to a new QS World University league table, the University of Nottingham (UoN) ranks as one of the best

Emergency services have been called due to an incident involving two men in Cloister Street, near Queen’s Medical Centre.  

In a statement released this week, Sir David Greenaway (Vice-Chancellor at The University of Nottingham) has said that “not much

For the finale of Wellness Week, the University of Nottingham’s LawSoc will host a Puppy Room in collaboration with Guide

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

Experience

You may have heard about the gender neutral toilet referendum passing. Eleanor Gray looks at why it was so important,

Like many people studying French, when confronted with the compulsory year abroad, I opted for a twelve month stay in

An early start, an empty bucket, a dodgy fancy dress outfit and a randomly picked city, finished off with a

If you have some conservative friends or family members on Facebook, then it is more than likely you’ve ran into a

Recent news that MP and former Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, is to become the Editor for the London

Disclaimer: I love my mum. Another year, another Mother’s Day, and another excuse to post photos of yourself as a

Lifestyle

I am a Brummie, born and bred. I am a Peaky Blinders enthusiast and I consider curry a food group.

I thoroughly believe that to really get a taste of a country, you have to do exactly that. When I

Fact vs. Fiction During the EU referendum and US Presidential election, fact-checking services became near-ubiquitous. It was believed that if

Despite what you might think, mid-semester breaks aren’t just reserved for exchange students. Whether in first year or final, a

From its debut in your Christmas stocking for relentless naughty behaviour (you know who you are, you bad, bad people!)

Nottingham: a great Anglo-Saxon settlement. A manufacturing powerhouse, an important historical site. Also, the proud owner of the only Hooters

Culture

Another addition to Sean’s list of the 10 greatest films of the 21st Century. Next up: Synecdoche, New York. If there

Following the massive media excitement about the first “exclusively gay” moment in a Disney movie – LeFou in the new

The hip-hop musical about an American politician has gained international recognition and it’s notoriously impossible to get a Broadway seat.

On his birthday, Impact Arts asks a controversial question… Is Shakespeare even that big a deal? Now don’t get me

Grief is difficult to explain. Its presence is always noticeable, but the strength of this presence is mutable. Overtime the

At a time when borders are becoming increasingly more talked about than unison, The Nottingham Alternative Film Network put together

Reviews

When it comes to tried, tested, and loved musicals, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is among the top. Its

With possibly one of the most controversial production periods of the last few years and a disappointing opening week box-office

Following on from the success of their first album So Long Forever, Palace’s hypnotic melodies and mellow guitar riffs continue

JUST REMEMBER: WHAT HAPPENS ON EARTH STAYS ON EARTH. Now that you’ve had the long weekend to digest Kendrick Lamar’s

TITLE: A Monster Calls AUTHOR: Patrick Ness GENRE: Low fantasy PUBLISHER: Walker Books PUBLISHED: 2011 PAGES: 214 WARNING: Story centres around a family’s experience with

“Those who don’t remember the past are condemned to repeat it” Iona Hampson’s Our Temple tells the harrowing true story

Sport

The University of Nottingham Karate Club set the tone for what would become a complete wipe-out of Trent in this

It was another glorious day down in the pool for the University of Nottingham’s (UoN) swimmers, against their Nottingham Trent

It was victory in the main sports hall of the David Ross Sports Village for the University of Nottingham’s (UoN) Badminton

University of Nottingham’s (UoN) Canoe Polo team made it successive Varsity wins with a comprehensive 9-2 demolition of Nottingham Trent

The University of Nottingham (UoN) Men’s Handball team beat Nottingham Trent University’s (NTU) Handball Team 52-25 in their Super Wednesday

This year’s Super Wednesday schedule placed the University of Nottingham’s (UoN) Archery team first in the running order against Nottingham

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