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This article received 14,000 unique views. Being a student at the University of Nottingham is the best.
This article received 3,000 unique views. The international students officer for the NUS and immigrant Daniel Stevens is organising a 'National Have A Pint With An Immigrant Day'.
A talented university student has won a competition with famous lingerie brand Lepel and could soon see her designs sold in major high street retailers such as John Lewis and ASOS. Poppy Spinks, a 19-year-old student at De Montfort University (DMU), was picked to win an internship with the company, as well as receiving £500.
The past year and half has been a whirlwind for Amber Run. They were picked up by BBC Introducing in Nottingham which led to them playing Reading and Leeds Festival and having a week of glory on the Radio 1 playlist with 'Noah'.
Students at the University of Warwick are attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the most selfies taken simultaneously across multiple venues. The students will join participants from France, Germany, Spain and Italy to set the record at 12.30 on Wednesday.
Cambridge University freshers could be given "sexual consent" classes following shocking research which revealed nearly a third of students at the institution had been sexually assaulted. The prestigious university said it was considering requests for the workshops following the survey, which also showed 77% had experienced sexual harassment.
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This week is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Beat is a national charity dedicated to raising awareness of eating disorders and providing support for the 1.6 million people in the UK who suffer from an eating disorder.
This week's Campus Celebrities are Jo Estrin and Frankie Garforth who have founded a feminist campaign right here at the University of Nottingham. Jo is a medic and Frankie is a classics student, together they are fronting the campaign for greater awareness for feminist issues here at uni.
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17th November is the 43rd birthday of The Sun's Page 3. This weekend saw protests across the country as men and women took to the streets to gather signatures for the pe tit ion to editor David Dinsmore to take the bare boobs out of the nation's favourite red-top.
With lecturers on strike across the country, The Tab went to the North Entrance to speak to Howard Stevenson, the President of University College Union's Nottingham branch. While Notts students have been enjoying their days off, lecturers up and down the UK have been protesting against what they believe to be a 30% decline in the value of their pay.
The Tab Nottingham, Reviews
Tom studied law at the University of Nottingham but has deferred ("not dropped out - we're playing it safe because anything could go wrong!") from his degree to fulfil his dreams of playing Brixton Academy and making an album. "A law degree is really really tough.
Propeller are an all male Shakespeare company who inject so much energy and colour into their productions that you leave exhilarated and exhausted. Walking into the theatre, we were greeted by a greasy Spanish policeman who sprayed us with the scent of 'hombre' which certainly got rid of the stench of the 34 bus.
Panto season is upon us! This year celebrates the 30th anniversary of the pantomime and 30 years of Kenneth Alan Taylor's infamous Dame. It definitely doesn't disappoint!
In the first production of Richard III since his bones were found in a car park in Leicester last year, The Playhouse brings him back to life with a bang.
This weeks New Theatre offering is a bewildering parable about society.
Review of Tim Firth's excellent Our House on tour at Theatre Royal this week.
My adventures of Summer 2012 in India. Highlights include: Taj Mahal, The Golden Temple, The River Ganges, Elephants in Jaipur and The Foothills of the Himalayas
This year sees Nottingham Playhouse celebrate its fiftieth year on its current site. Naturally, the theatre holds many a story from years gone by. What better way to discover these hidden gems than a good ol’ rummage through the props cupboard?
Saturday night saw OpSoc perform Leonard Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti in the Djanogly Recital Hall. Not being the opera-going type myself, OpSoc eased their audience into the somewhat overlooked genre.
My Sunday morning at the Nottingham Festival of Words was thought provoking and an eye opener to the diverse literary culture that exists in this multicultural city that, for the majority of the year, we students call home.
The Nottingham New Theatre UNCUT season gets emotional this week with Jake Leonard’s Jack, aged 5 and a half. Directed by Matt Miller and produced by Jenny Kohnhorst, this is one you don’t want to miss.
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We are all guilty of eavesdropping on other people’s conversations on the 34 bus, in Hallward and in the toilets of Ocean. Serenade gives you the chance for a guilt free, but no less cringe worthy, eavesdropping experience.
Here are my 10 ways to survive the Christmas break without pulling random teenage strops and stressing about uni work.
The hard work of being a student is just about to begin.
Here are 10 quotes to motivate you through the rest of this dreadful exam period.
Living with your friends is one of the best things about being at university. Here are my top 10 ‘qualities’ to look for, and maybe be wary of, in a housemate.
Facebook, whether you like it or not, is the bread and butter of any student experience.
I was a little curious about seeing The Vagina Monologues. I had visions of sitting in The Den, like Chandler in Friends when he sits on the front row for the one woman play and she screams “Chapter one, my first period” in his face. However, unlike Chandler, I was pleasantly surprised and my eyes were certainly opened to the orgasmic world of vaginas.