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Love Where You Live: Don’t Just Leave It Sitting There

As the Love Where You Live campaign enters its third week, we’re going to be out in Lenton talking to our students about bulky waste. If it won’t fit in your bin, it won’t be collected. Did you know that if, for example, your landlord gets you a new sofa but leaves the old one …

You Go Together

  Batman and Robin. Fish and chips —some things just go together. So when two caped crusaders (not to be mistaken for members of the University security team) landed at St Peter’s Court last night to launch the University’s latest campaign, the message was simple: stick together with your friends when out for the evening. The …

Love Where You Live: Don’t Bag It, Bin It

Our Love Where You Live campaign is in full swing, and our intrepid ambassadors will be hitting the streets of Lenton again this evening to share some top tips to help our students manage their waste and help the environment by making the most of their recycling bin. If you live in an area covered …

Love Where You Live: Wheel It Away

This week sees the launch of our latest Off Campus campaign: Love Where You Live. We’re going to be out in Lenton every Wednesday for the next four weeks giving out handy advice about managing your waste and recycling. If you live on Harlaxton Drive, Harrington Drive, Rothesay Avenue or Bute Avenue, our friendly ambassador …

PR Project Management: Putting Plans Into Action

This morning we’re pleased to welcome Advantage Award student Ruth Ng to the blog to give us an update on what the team of students on the PR Project Management module have been getting up to as the Nottingham Community Lunch draws nearer: With just under two weeks to go until the Nottingham Community Lunch, …

Crime Prevention Tips from the Divisional Commander

We’re pleased to welcome Chief Superintendent Steve Cooper to the blog today. As Divisional Commander for the City of Nottingham’s Police, he shares some student-focussed advice on how to avoid becoming a victim of crime. Nottingham is a great city for people to live and study in. As the Divisional Commander for policing in the …

PR Project Management: Developing Our Project

Today’s update from the PR Project Management Advantage Award module comes from Politics student, Will Padgham, who gives an overview of all the different things that need to come together and some of the initial decisions which needed to be made to start getting the project into shape. The meeting began with a discussion between …

What’s On? – March and April 2014

Today we’re delighted to share a round-up of some of the highlights of the many things that are going on in Nottingham this springtime! Event: Landscapes of Space Date: March-April, with gallery tours 1-3pm on 6th March, 27th March and 10th April Location: Djanogly Art Gallery, Lakeside Arts Centre Information: Free admission to the exhibition …

PR Project Management: Learning the Ropes of Event Planning

Today we’re delighted to welcome Talia Samuelson to the blog. Talia is one of our latest group of Advantage Award students, and they’ll be keeping us up to date with their project over the coming weeks.  When browsing for my next Advantage Award module the ‘PR Project Management’ option held a particular appeal. Not only …

International Family Link: Ten Years Of Links

Today we’re delighted to welcome David Pinney to the blog to talk about his experiences over ten years of being involved in the University of Nottingham International Office’s International Family Link Scheme. You can read an introductory post here. I have enjoyed being part of the Family Link Scheme for over ten years. Each autumn …