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

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

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.

The responsibilities of bouncers is a difficult area to define clearly. With their roles being surrounded by an atmosphere of

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