The Varsity Boat Race

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Snobbery is a strange thing in music. Many of those guilty of it also tend to be the ones most


Back in 1960s, Disney’s animations seemed to be able to do no wrong. Fresh off Disney’s 50s golden age, the

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A group of 35 students from the School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies (CLAS) gathered in Trent Courtyard this



The University of Nottingham’s Students’ Union will hold a Citizens’ Assembly on 3rd May 2016 between 7pm and 9m at Trent Vineyard


Last Thursday I had a conversation with a friend that left me feeling distressed. With it being the queen’s birthday,


Karnival’s fundraising activities are to be suspended during the summer period as a review of its processes and governance takes


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The politics of gender equality in Britain has undoubtedly seen vast improvements since the first law was passed in 1918


The attacks in Brussels on Monday were horrifying both because of the impact on the victims and their families and


The education system has long been a topic of much contention. Recent proposals set out in Chancellor George Osborne’s budget



When the news is filled with stories that can depress even the most optimistic person, Impact Features writers are searching for the

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Studies of English – and universities in general – have been overwhelmingly dominated by men for the greater part of

Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

When the news is filled with stories that can depress even the most optimistic person, Impact Features writers are searching for the


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Shopping and F***ing is a 1996 play by English playwright, Mark Ravenhill. In a world where everything has been reduced


Stylised sets of celluloid castles and sci-fi spaceships, incredible musical pieces, and an entire theatre full of burly transvestites and


It’s upstate New York, 1979, post-Vietnam. Set in the Latowski family’s front kitchen-come-bar, Tom Willis’ Electric Nebraska consumes the greying

Film & Television

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The long-shot is a filmmaking technique that has found itself back in vogue in the past few years. Knowing what


Probably spoilers ahead. Obviously. After over a year of hyperbolic promotion, a decade since the last one and 32 years


Since winning some of the top prizes at the Sundance Film Festival back in January, The Birth of a Nation



Camden Rocks returns to the streets and venues of Camden for its fifth instalment on June 4th. Once again, it

Climbing the sacred steps of The Bodega, for possibly the final time, set the tone for an emotionally charged and


Following her 2014 self-titled visual album, on Sunday night Beyoncé Carter gave us her sixth studio album, Lemonade. The LP arrived with a



The DOOM multiplayer beta is suffering from a serious identity crisis. Developed primarily out of the studio id Software by

Hearthstone, Published and Developed by Blizzard Entertainment

Blizzard’s online tactical card game Hearthstone is currently undergoing a dramatic and exciting change that will make the game more

Clustertruck, developed by Landfall Games

Remember that really awesome fight scene in The Matrix Reloaded? The one on the highway, where Neo and crew jump



The most fabulous night of the year saw style-savvy students step out for a night of cocktails, charitable cheer and


In this series, Impact writer, Claire Elizabeth Seah, will consider the nature of fashion in relation to other subjects. Beginning


The events that occur at MTV awards ceremonies are usually spoken of years afterwards. Lest we forget the intimate moment


The Pint of Science Festival is a worldwide, three-day public event from the 23rd to the 25th of May, where

As part of a monthly online feature, Impact investigates the latest news, projects and discoveries in the battle against climate


Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a powerful medical tool used to image the body and help doctors diagnose disease. Impact


VARSITY - Super Wednesday

IMPACT Sport takes a look at the best images from the IMPACT Images Team on a fantastic day for university

The University of Nottingham (UoN) Archery Team were narrowly defeated in the final event of the April Super Wednesday competition, with

The University of Nottingham (UoN) Dodgeball Team ran rampant against the Nottingham Trent University (NTU) Dodgeball Team to win to



A city of conflicting identities, Warsaw is rather mysterious. Romanticism and communism are still very much evident in this proudly


Like many other students, a trip to London, while it may be an appealing one, might seem impossible to do


Ellie O’Donnell will be keeping us updated with her study abroad adventures from North America. Keep a look out for



Situated underneath a Grade II listed building on the corner of Stoney street, Last Chance Saloon offers something different; a


Impact Food is offering its readers the chance to win a meal for four at Belgo! Details below. The new


Barely six months since opening in the Victoria Centre, Thaikhun’s become one of our favourite places to eat and drink