Dominic Penna
Dominic Penna

20, from Derby and studying at the University of Sheffield. International Relations & Politics student, writer and mental health campaigner

Sheffield BME committee plan protest over university’s handling of racism

It has been four weeks since the banana-throwing incident at Varsity

Tramlines Festival announces comedy line up and 15 new music acts

Tickets are now on sixth release

BREAKING: Arctic Monkeys will play two Sheffield gigs during Freshers’ Week in September


Tiger Works apologise for racist meme posted on their social media accounts

The post was aimed at students and mocked the Chinese accent

Sheffield Uni told us police are investigating the racist incident at Varsity, but they aren’t

The university have admitted to being ‘clumsy’ in their handling of the situation

Black Hallam student has banana thrown at him during Varsity Ice Hockey match

It was thrown by a Uni of Sheffield student

The Leadmill are putting on three huge shows at Don Valley Bowl in August

The shows run across consecutive nights

BBQ, beats and bingo: Here’s what’s on in Sheffield over the Easter break

Staying this spring? We’ve got you covered

Fundraising night Refugee Rhythms is back at Yellow Arch Studios tomorrow

All proceeds go to three vital charities

BREAKING: The occupation of the Arts Tower has come to an end

It will be open as normal from 7am on Monday

Opinion divided as students react to the occupation of the Arts Tower

It is set to remain closed until Saturday evening

BREAKING: Sheffield UCU members have rejected a proposed agreement to end strike action

Over 350 members voted on the deal

Sheffield City Council has admitted it aims to remove half of the city’s street trees

About 17,500 trees are set for the chop

An Amnesty International society is launching at Sheffield Hallam this Wednesday

It’s Hallam’s first human rights society and open for everyone to join

‘When doing the line ups, we listen to what people want’: Bassline legend Jamie Duggan on the biggest SpringFest to date

It takes place on Easter Sunday

A work placement being offered by the University of Sheffield pays below the minimum wage

2017 participants received just £5.19 per hour for their work

Twelve new acts have just been announced for Tramlines this summer

There’s no place you’d rather be

An open air BBQ and beer event is coming to Sheffield on Easter weekend

It promises food, booze, music and even an eating challenge

These Sheffield students are having the worst trip of their lives

They’re stuck at Dubai airport and claim the Indian embassy messed up their visas

BREAKING: Anna Crump Raiswell is your new Education Officer

Amber is appealing after she was found to have breached conduct