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The end of university is a strange and conflicting time. With deadlines done and exams taken, ideally the only feelings

On Friday 2nd June, the four political parties at the University of Nottingham, the Lib Dems, Labour, the Conservatives and

A student has allegedly been taken to hospital after a fire broke out in a block that forms part of the Raleigh

News

According to the Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data, graduates from the University of Nottingham are earning more than previous years.

As we were all waking up to more general election fallout over our Sunday morning coffees, the Three Lions quietly mustered

Students at the University of Nottingham have received a letter today from the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir David Greenaway, and the

The University of Nottingham’s Students’ Union (UoNSU) has announced changes to disabled access routes to Portland today as the building continues

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

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

Features

So, you’re moving out of Halls and into your first student house; whether it’s into a house of three people or eight,

In the lead-up to the General Election 2017, Impact Magazine sat down with representatives from the four political societies at

In the lead-up to the General Election 2017, Impact Magazine sat down with representatives from the four political societies at

In the lead-up to the General Election 2017, Impact Magazine sat down with representatives from the four political societies at

In the lead-up to the General Election 2017, Impact Magazine sat down with representatives from the four political societies at

On Holocaust Memorial Day 2017, Dr. Max Biddulph launched the University of Nottingham’s LGBT+ History Month with a public lecture.

Lifestyle

The makeup trends of summer 2017 may look hard to wear but when done right they are stunning and the

We hear so much about Italy’s culture associated with food, we hear about France’s in the same way. You can

Ahh, London. The spiritual home of the permanently irritated. It’s a cliché, but you can take the man out of

From 21st to the 28th April 2017, I attended the annual conference/exhibition held by the International Society for Magnetic Resonance

Here’s a bunch of (very) brief recipes for any of you who saw mine and Poppy’s in season vegetable list

A historical city centre with Baltic culture: 700,000 inhabitants live in Riga thus making it the largest city in the

Entertainment

With Sony having a solid showing of games and Microsoft having a big blowout on their cutting edge Xbox upgrade,

Reel Equality, a campaign of the Nottingham based organisation, Equation, has involved itself even further regarding an issue that lies

With a weaker console and waning fanbase, Microsoft had to deliver a convincing pitch for their mid-gen console release, Xbox

In the past, both EA and Ubisoft have produced games that I have spent a lot of time on and

Michelle Halket and I had been in contact regarding a poet and their writings that Halket’s built-from-the-ground-up publishing house, Central Avenue, personally

Oliver Silver grew up in Dubai, then went to a boarding school in the UK before entering The University of

Reviews

Alexandra Savior’s debut album is a dark and gloomy trip through the grip of love. The guiding hand of Arctic

If anyone out there still hasn’t seen Wonder Woman, I have some words of advice: go watch it. Coming from

The 21st June saw the second day of Nottingham’s Student Fringe Festival, with the standard just as high as the

On the 20th and 21st of June the Nottingham New Theatre put on the Student Fringe Festival (StuFF), and though

‘All that I want is to wake up fine.’ Paramore’s realistic yet simple opening line sets up the new incoming sound from their

Coronet Production’s performance of The Pillowman sinisterly explores the moral implications of violence in art and literature whilst injecting the

Sport

Many predicted that the FA Cup final would be Arsene Wenger’s last game in charge of the club he has

Following on from Impact Sport’s recent analysis on potential defensive targets; this week we look at the Midfielders and Attackers

Following on from Impact Sport’s recent end of season review of Nottingham Forest’s squad; this week we take a look

It was a surprisingly clear day in Cardiff as fans packed into the SWALEC stadium ahead of England’s second Champions

University of Nottingham students were recently offered the incredible opportunity to hear from and talk to a selection of Nottingham’s

We’ve seen a lot of change at Nottingham Forest recently, with the 100% takeover headed by Evangelos Marinakis becoming official

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