The SU celebrated the opening of the new student space ‘The Studio’, located next to Mooch, on 24th November, with


The Government ordered an inquiry into reducing violence against women studying at higher-level institutions. Universities in the UK have been

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In a recent study of drug related prosecutions, it has been revealed that Nottingham is the drug dealing capital of


A vigil was held in Nottingham city centre on 16th November in remembrance of victims of terrorism in Paris, Beirut and Baghdad. A


Hundreds of students and staff members gathered on Portland Hill on Monday 16th November at 11am to support victims of terrorist

President Francois Hollande has declared a national state of emergency and has closed French borders following simultaneous terrorist attacks in

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As part of a new initiative to provide information to victims of hate crime and encourage the reporting of incidents, representatives


The Living Wage Campaign at the University of Nottingham hosted their event, “A Fair Slice of the Cake”, on Friday.


The taxi app Uber will be available to use from 4pm today. After initial controversy the private hire firm was


The Living Wage Campaign at the University of Nottingham (UoN) continues to put pressure on the University this week, as