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NCT, Nottingham City Transport, have increased their student cash fare price from £1 to £1.50. One of the bus line

A  lot can change in twelve months in football, and Notts fans know this all too well. Since Steve Cotterill

Three. Two. One. Mark. Christopher Nolan has taken his shot at the war film genre. ‘Dunkirk’ requires proper recognition as

News

Data from UCAS shows that there has been a 4% decrease to the number of people applying to UK universities

According to NatWest’s Student Living Index, Nottingham students pay nearly half the national average on household bills. The 2017 Student

Following the tragic event at Grenfell Tower, students living in Nottingham Two have voiced concern after an email they received

Ismail Sadurdeen, the SU President for The University of Nottingham, will be leaving his post today, 14th July 2017, to

The University of Nottingham has agreed to a roadmap for the expansion of using lecture capture technology in its teaching. 

Impact receive a statement from the UoN regarding cladding in student accommodations. Following the tragic events at Grenfell Tower and

Features

At the beginning of August, a small animation published by the BBC in 2014 caught the attention of an Infowars

This is a story of two festivals, two cultures, music, mountains, new friends, rain storms and secret back stage sessions.

It can be hard to believe that it was only 50 years ago that homosexual acts were decriminalised in England

Like a lot of students, I’m about to start my final year at university. It’s an unusual time: being so close

As if the Conservative Party needed more bad publicity after the lacklustre response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the DUP

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

Lifestyle

Brighton is, hands-down, one of my favourite places in the world. Having lived a 10-minute train journey away from the

Recently it was announced that design powerhouse Gucci were going to tighten their lawsuit on the American fast-fashion chain, Forever

Fashion has never been a stranger to political protests. It all began in the 19th and 20th centuries when avant-garde

Though I was born across the Pennines in the depths of Yorkshire, for most of my life I (like nearly

Recently, skincare brand Merumaya approached Impact Lifestyle asking if we would like to review their products. As Lifestyle Editor, I’m not generally

For someone who wants to work in media, you may ask what provoked me going cold turkey from social media.

Entertainment

At the end of July, the long-running medical drama Casualty wrapped its 31st season with a finale completely composed of

The battle between Marvel and DC sometimes seems as old as time itself, but in recent cinematic history Marvel’s Cinematic

After the teaser trailer release from a few months ago effused a sense of unease, this brand new, longer sneak

2013 saw the release of perhaps one of the most epic films that has graced international cinema in recent years.

The first trailer released for Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water sets it up to be beautiful, heart-warming and

TITLE: The Queen of the Tearling AUTHOR: Erika Johansen GENRE: Fantasy PUBLISHER: Harper Collins PUBLISHED: 2014 PAGES: 488   This

Reviews

It’s a funny time for a biopic about Morrissey. A former symbol of youthful angst, isolation, and quiet rebellion, Morrissey

A project as expansive as Planetarium would have to be a collaboration. Originally a commission for American composer Nico Muhly,

Described as a companion piece to their 2015 foray into clubbing territory A Head Full of Dreams, Coldplay’s Kaleidoscope EP

This uplifting musical follows the story of two Mormons who are sent to Uganda to teach people about their religion.

As Netflix’s newest film offering, Okja, directed by Joon-ho Bong, came with a lot of expectations. The trailers suggested a

Does anyone remember Ellie Goulding and overly dramatic and cleanly produced EDM tracks? Well Calvin Harris sure doesn’t. His newest

Sport

After last season’s poor domestic and European run, it’s fair to say that there has been cause for concern at

As we leave the saddle (or sofa) at the end of the Tour De France: basking in that rare sense

With a successful pre-season done a dusted, now all we can do is sit anxiously speculating about what Marinakis, Warburton,

Poor domestic and European form has asked a lot of questions of the wealthy French outfit in 2016/17, with PSG

After years of financial mismanagement and dodgy dealings behind the scenes, this former European powerhouse has understandably fallen by the

The 2016/2017 Championship season proved to be both highly competitive and memorable. Newcastle United and Brighton Hove Albion ran away

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