Dominic Penna
21 // Derby/Sheffield // politics graduate + journalism masters student

‘We’re trying to celebrate normality’: An interview with Sports Team

The band played the Leadmill stage at Tramlines

Tramlines: Clean Cut Kid on Sheff, Fleetwood Mac, and breaking America

‘I aspire to write giant songs about tiny subjects’

Tramlines renames main stage in honour of Sarah Nulty

Sarah was festival director for five years

Boxing, bars and beef: An interview with KSI & Randolph

KSI is playing in Sheffield tonight

The Pop Tarts food van will make its debut on Saturday


Magid Magid guest stars in Sheffield second years’ new hip-hop video

“You know I be doing the most”

Sheffield Labour Students officer pictured at Chris Williamson event “in personal capacity”

Williamson has been suspended over antisemitism

A huge outdoor garage rave is coming to Sheffield later this afternoon

Start your weekend early with the Red Bull Road Block

Hundreds of you voted for the best Spoons in Sheffield – here are the results

It’s a landslide for one Uni Of favourite

Bar One will be renamed Bar Two when it gets a makeover next month

It’s part of a more inclusive approach

A Sheffield third year is aiming to raise £1,000 for charity through litter picks

She’s taking part in litter picks for every £10 raised

NUS cheat uni’s vote to leave by emailing voters pro-NUS propaganda

The NUS could have lost £23k a year if the SU left

‘Sheffield holds a special place for me in my career and life’: An interview with Judge Jules

‘Dance music has changed in every way you can think of’

Sheffield Marrow has reached its 1,000th sign up of the uni year

The group works to fight blood cancer

‘I’ve ran on a green platform, an environmental platform’: An interview with Jordan Weir

He’s running to be your Development Officer

‘Women should treat themselves with the respect and confidence they deserve’: An interview with Cara Mahon

She’s running for Women’s Officer

‘I want to support working students better’: An interview with Beren Maddison

Beren is running for Welfare Officer

‘I want a head of pastoral care in every department’: An interview with Jaz Catlow

Jaz is running partway through her degree

‘In a lot of ways uni is failing liberation groups’: An interview with Grace Thambyrajah

She’s running to be Women’s Officer

‘Women and liberation groups aren’t represented enough in modules’: An interview with Rosa Tully

“So much of what we learn at university is the stories of white, dead men”