Platform Magazine has a rich history and has developed greatly in recent years.
Since starting in the early 2000s, the Magazine has more than 10 different Editors-in-Chief, many more departmental Editors, and countless student contributors.
Having started initially under the control of the Nottingham Trent Students' Union, Amy Victoria Gathercole became the first student to take over the reins when she became Editor-in-Chief in 2008.
The magazine had a brief spell out of print between 2016 and 2017, but Eve Smallman played a critical role in the restoration of Platform's circulation and output from 2017 and continues to offer advice and support.
Since then the website has gone on leaps and bounds and now has thousands of people visit online for all manner of reasons.
Below is a list of Platform's former Editors-in-Chief and their respective Deputy Editors too.
(Deputy: Katie Green)
2021 to 2022
(Deputies: Malvika Padin, James Evans and Harvey Clitheroe)
2017 to 2019
(Deputy: Jamie Morris)
2020 to 2021
(Deputy: Katie Ansell)
2019 to 2020
Editors prior to 2017:
Ryan Johns (Deputies: Joe Harby and James Bavin) - 2015 to 2016
Sayuri Standing - 2015
Mel Brooks (Deputy: Sayuri Standing) - 2014 to 2015
Sophie Davis (Deputies: Hannah Byrne, Alanna Lintin, Christopher Collins) - 2013 to 2014
Sophie Davis (Deputies: Aaron Stevens, Matthew McGlone) - 2012 to 2013
Christian Baker (Deputy: Peter Linney) - 2011 to 2012
Mary-Ann Pickford (Deputy: Oliver Whitfield Moicic) - 2010 to 2011
Glen Davies (Deputy: Andrew Trendell) - 2009 to 2010
Amy Victoria Gathercole (Deputy: Andrew Trendell) - 2008 to 2009
David Baird - 2007 to 2008