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

THIS IS NOT A DRILL

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”

‘I’m running on realistic and reliable policies’: An interview with Ben Warner

Ben is running for Education Officer

An interview with Third Lung, who play at West Street Live tonight

They’ve never been to Sheffield before so are in for a treat with WSL

UWE tells trans students ‘we support you’ after backlash over toilet posters

The posters urge students at the university to not challenge people they feel are in the ‘wrong’ bathroom

Lord Mayor of Sheffield Magid Magid is stepping down this May

He became Lord Mayor in May 2018

An interview with Bad Luv, one of Yorkshire’s most hotly tipped new bands

The play Cafe Totem on 2 March

Two Sheffield PhD students will present their work at Parliament next month

They visit the House of Commons on 13 March

Grab your shutter shades, there’s a 2009 themed club night coming to Leadmill

ALWAYS GONNA BE ANOTHER MOUNTAIN

An interview with Franko Fraize, the multi-genre MC playing Sheffield next week

“My sound is working class-England over the last 25 years”

Leadmill is putting on a night dedicated to The 1975 next week

They’d love it if you made it

It’s time someone said it, Greggs is average and only loved by southerners

It’s fetishised by soft southerners regardless of its shortcomings

Reverend and the Makers played at a Sheffield student house last night

Banger after banger, front to the back

Oxford and Cambridge reject proposal to create colleges exclusively for state school students

Staff say this would lead to social division and ‘ghetto-isation’

A Holocaust survivor will be giving a talk at Sheffield Uni in February

She kept her story secret for over 60 years

Sheffield Wednesday ‘disappointed’ as uni cancels fan event at Octagon

‘We fully understand the expected frustrations of our supporters’

Jewish students in Sheffield condemn swastika graffiti found in student areas

‘The swastika is a symbol of pure hatred’

Historic SU referendum to be held on creation of Sports and Societies Councillors

It’s a milestone in SU politics at Sheffield

Skint and stressed? Here’s how you can win Pop Tarts, Roar and TTC tickets for next week

The auction we need but don’t deserve

Everything that will happen on your night out at Leadmill

There’s no place like (Sheffield’s) home (of indie)

A collective has launched in Sheffield for local and student bands and creatives

“When you’re a student it’s a soup of creativity”

No money November isn’t stopping these Sheffield Clubbers of the Week

Maybe they’re minted, maybe they just can’t budget

Hundreds took to the streets of Sheffield yesterday for Reclaim the Night

A march took place from the Cathedral to the SU

‘We’re reviving primary school PE culture’: Introducing Sheffield’s new benchball Society

‘The sport for all shapes, sizes and abilities’

Sheffield student who fled Isis faces deportation after asylum application rejected

There is an appeal hearing next week

Deal or no deal, at least we have Sheffield’s Clubbers of the Week

Deadlines aren’t stopping this lot

‘I’m so thankful I spoke up’: GeogSoc are running a mental health campaign this month

‘Uni can be lonely and that’s okay’

We spoke to a Hallam grad about how to make it in the creative world

“Have a good idea, and explain it well”

Swastika and KKK graffiti spotted on University of Kent campus

Kent University have removed the graffiti

Drop everything, Leadmill are giving away a trip for two to Barcelona in February

LIVIN LA VIDA LOCA

Leaked letter reveals NUS are on the verge of bankruptcy

They have a £3 million deficit

Sheffield Labour Students cancel Chris Williamson visit as two committee members resign

They’ve cancelled the event after police launch investigation into anti-Semitism within the Labour Party

Sheffield Labour Students accused of betraying Jewish students by inviting Labour MP Chris Williamson to campus

One committee member described him as ‘part of our movement’.

Sheffield Uni researcher Rahul has won The Great British Bake Off

BAKE BLACK AND GOLD

With a jump to the left, and then a step to the right, let’s do Clubbers of the Week again!

A monster mash up of club photos

A vigil for the Pittsburgh victims will take place in Sheffield tomorrow

11 were murdered at a synagogue yesterday

Tramlines has been nominated for two Festival Awards

It comes in the festival’s tenth year

Staff at Sheffield Uni have voted to support more strikes over pay

69 per cent voted in favour of strike action

Introducing False Heads, one of Iggy Pop’s favourite bands who play Sheffield tomorrow

They’ve gigged with Queens of the Stone Age and The Libertines

A Hallam student was sexually assaulted by an event rep on West Street on Saturday

‘I was walking down West Street when a promoter slapped me on the arse’

The Beast from The Chase is hosting a quiz at Bierkeller later this month

Stein time with everyone’s favourite chaser

Broomhill Friery have started serving veggie nuggets and burgers

Just in time for Roar tonight

Louis Theroux ‘thrilled’ to be graduating from Hallam next month

He will become an honorary doctor

This third year braved Arctic Monkeys and the first Roar of uni on crutches

A whole new level of commitment

NUS committee member resigns after saying ‘Israel policy similar to Nazi policy’

He previously said he would not resign following allegations of antisemitism

Everything you need to know about Arctic Monkeys’ return to Sheffield

They’re coming home

Jack and Dani are coming to Sheffield for a student night at Meadowhall

There will be hundreds of giveaways

Hallam Illustration students launch petition over move to ‘isolated’ building

‘The space we work in is important’

Sheffield Uni and SU help launch a new suicide prevention campaign

They are the first organisations to do so

‘DnB meets Total Wipeout’: An inflatable rave is coming to Sheffield

One for the ravers – and big kids

Propaganda will move to the main room of Corp on Saturday nights

It marks a change from Dirty Deeds

Here are the cringiest posts in the Sheffield freshers’ groups

Anyone else like computers? xD

Sheffield society become first to offer international students half price membership

They are dedicated to welcoming new members

Meet Luke Thompson, who’s swapping DJ sets at Viper for the Bake Off tent

From big beats to baking biscuits

The line up for the Tuesday Club Freshers’ Carnival has been announced

Expect more than 11 hours of music

‘Israel policy similar to Nazi policy’ : NUS committee member accused of antisemitism

Ayo Olatunji has said he will not step down from his position

Ahoi-hoiii, save one of those beerios for our Clubbers of the Week

Loyalty cards at the ready

Exclusive: Andy C will be headlining Code in Freshers’ Week

He heads up a huge two room line up

The first Sunken Monday of the new uni year has been announced

Get ready for more messy Mondays

Here is every type of student that you’ll meet in Sheffield

From Corp regulars to sad boys

Single in Sheffield? Applications for the new series of First Dates are open

Swap blue pints for true love

Sheffield Freshers’ Week: The events that matter in the first week and beyond

Your essential guide to the first fortnight

Pride Sheffield committee resign: ‘What we’ve done was not appreciated’

The event has been going 10 years

Shots at city centre venue Café Totem will be just 50p from next month

This is not a drill

There was an Arctic Monkeys party at a Sheffield student flat last night

Jukebox in the corner, long hot summer

Sure, these Clubbers of the Week were born in Sheffield, but they were made in the summer of 2018

They did things they never dreamed they would

Eight months on, PhD student Ahmed Sedeeq is still fighting his deportation to Iraq

A fundraiser has been started to pay for his legal fees

Tramlines review: A weekend of sun, sounds and Sheffield at its best

We’re already buzzing for Tramlines 2019

Sheffield Clubbers of the Week: Tramlines Special

What a weird and wavey weekend

There will be a permanent memorial to Sarah Nulty on Devonshire Green

Sarah died this month aged 36

Reverend and the Makers: ‘Tramlines is a beautiful coming together of the people’

‘The people of Sheffield are very special’

No Hot Ashes: ‘We’ve always said use the platform we’ve got for good’

The four-piece played Tramlines on Friday

Replacement buses for Tramlines announced as tram strike confirmed

A limited tram service will operate

Tramlines: Services still “being agreed” ahead of three day tram strike

Tens of thousands visit Sheffield this weekend

Clubbers Of The Week: Post-World Cup Special

When it’s not come home, go out

BREAKING: Sheffield Hallam MP Jared O’Mara has quit Labour

“I feel I have not been listened to”

‘It’s about giving back’: The print project helping Sheffield’s homeless

Printed By Us have contributed to an exhibition opening tomorrow

‘Mindless handful’ threw flares and glass at Dev Green England screening

Around 8,000 people showed up

Adam from Love Island is hitting up Viper Rooms in September

Of course he’s coming to Viper

Jared O’Mara has spoken about his suicide attempts and mental health

He returns to Parliament this month

Tramlines: Stage times announced and limited day tickets are on sale

Find out who’s playing when