The second person since the global outbreak of HIV, the virus that can cause AIDS, has been ‘cured’. The news, announced on the 5th of…View More A disease in remission? Second person cured gives hope to the fight against HIV
It may seem an odd inquiry to make, one that may seem entitled. Why would we be owed anything from society? Is it not our…View More What does society owe us?
March is one of the most important months in the SU calendar, with the results of the elections deciding on its path for the next…View More Your rundown of the Students’ Union election timeline
The embarrassment of wadding up tissue in your pants. The fear of leaking, the fear of classmates laughing. The dread of talking about it. Eve…View More Why period poverty is still a bloody issue in Nottingham
It’s time to stop the ‘other woman’ culture that blames the girl every time a male celebrity is caught cheating. Cheating scandals are the bread…View More Jordyn Woods is not the enemy
Sharing political ideologies with Corbyn-era Labour has its pitfalls. As you may well have heard, eight MPs have left Labour, with the anti-Semitism debacle which…View More The Labour political identity crisis
Ironically, after playing in a band and working in the music industry for the last few years, I never really cared about the charts… That…View More Do we still care about the charts?
The most prestigious awards ceremony in film is back this Sunday. The near-century-old award show will have moviegoers from all around the globe tune in to…View More The Oscars 2019: Who’s going to win?
In the past, the Grammys has been slammed for its lack of diversity so it was interesting this year to see how the awards would…View More Grammys 2019: Has it lost its credibility?
Terrorism has plagued the modern world. Numerous events around the globe have led to the deaths of innocent people and many attacks have been carried…View More Thoughts on the Shamima Begum situation