British documenter Ali Tabrizi presents a powerful plea to save our oceans from the commercial fishing industry, sparking controversial conversations globally. As open-minded and mouldable…View More Opinion: Netflix’s Seaspiracy unearths new threat to our seas
A NTU student has spoken out about his experience in politics and what his plans are for the future. Frank Adlington-Stringer, 23, revealed he is…View More ‘Young people care about politics’ – NTU student on standing up for Green party in Derbyshire elections
Wind Mobility has launched a year-long trial that has filled Nottingham city centre with bright yellow e-scooters, calling out people to ‘ride like the wind!’.…View More Opinion piece: are Nottingham’s e-scooters a necessary addition to the city?
Nottingham Trent University’s (NTU) independent publisher, Trent Editions, and NTU’s book shop, Blackwell’s, teamed up for Academic Book week in order to organise a creative…View More Trent Editions creative writing competition winners announced
On 12 October, climate change protest group Extinction Rebellion returned to Nottingham city centre to promote their campaign and raise awareness of the risks of…View More Extinction Rebellion interview: “Climate Change isn’t an Opinion, it’s a Fact”
A climate change demonstration group have brought their protests to Nottingham on the 8th October to encourage action from the local and national governments. Extinction…View More Extinction Rebellion launch protest in Nottingham city centre
Nottingham Playhouse continues its string of successful shows with a cautionary tale on the dangers of power and how it can indiscriminately crush anyone who…View More Theatre Review: An Enemy of the People
Long live the king – Godzilla sequel proves the critics wrong… Godzilla has had to work hard to prove itself triumphant during this busy period…View More Film Review: Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Scientists have estimated that there will be more plastic than fish in the sea by 2050. Here is what you can do to save our…View More 5 products you can change to help the environment
The Rimping supermarket in Chiangmai, Thailand have made the innovative decision to swap their plastic packaging for banana leaves. Not only are they biodegradable, they…View More Thailand have reduced their plastic use – how can you do the same as a student?