Simeon Lee

Simeon Lee
Nottingham University


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UoN threatens students occupying Trent Building with court action if they do not leave

The uni says the occupation is ‘not lawful’

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Students are occupying three UoN lecture theatres in support of the strikes

They say they will continue to escalate until their demands are met

In-person lectures at Coates Auditorium cancelled due to student occupation

They are set to take place online instead

BREAKING: 10 days of strikes will take place at UoN in February

This will be the second wave of strikes at the uni this academic year

Lenton ‘gunman’ was actually a student with a BB gun

Two men have been arrested

‘I haven’t had an undisrupted year at uni since I began’: UoN students on striking lecturers

59 per cent of Notts students say they are in support of the strikes

UoN suggests ‘planting trees’ to make up for 2020/21 students missing graduations

They say it will give them a lasting connection to Notts

UoN’s UCU votes in favour of strike action

71.6 percent of members voted in support of strikes

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We’re recruiting new writers to join our team!

UoN scientists launch worms into space

They’re going to the International Space Centre

UoN confirms some teaching to remain online next academic year

Most exams are online, too

Two Notts SU Officers resign in a week

Both cited personal reasons for their resignations

Extinction Rebellion protestors block Nottingham roads

Some have now been removed

UoN calls rent strikers ‘unofficial protest group’ and says it won’t negotiate

‘How can you be an official protest group?’

Teaching at UoN to remain online for non-practical courses until April

Students taking practical courses may find themselves returning for 8th March

Notts Christmas Market will open this December

What a time to be alive!!!

‘I have listened to it all’: What it is really like being a Nightline volunteer

An interview with a Notts Nightline volunteer

Tier three rules: Shops can’t sell alcohol after 9PM in Notts

The restrictions will begin on Friday

Government delays tier three lockdown in Notts to Friday

‘Nottingham people and businesses deserve clarity in difficult times. This is not good enough for our city.’

BREAKING: Nottingham moving into tier three lockdown on Thursday

The new rules will last 28 days

A comprehensive guide to tier three lockdown rules

An explanation of all the new restrictions

Confirmed: Notts will go into tier three lockdown

‘It’s clear that Nottingham…will definitely be going into Tier 3.’

The app hoping to connect isolating students to help on the outside

UniSalad’s new feature allows students to ask for favours while in isolation

Westboro Baptist Church Nottingham society event cancelled following student pressure

A petition against the event received over 800 signatures

Westboro Baptist Church UoN society event cancelled following student pressure

A petition against the event received over 800 signatures

One in 80 UoN students have Covid-19

New data has revealed the number of active cases

Nottingham named as one of UK’s best universities for cycling

It placed ahead of Cambridge.

What will Notts look like post-Covid? We spoke to local businesses so you don’t have to

“It’s been utterly devastating to our business”

UoN to cancel January 2021 exam period and are ‘exploring’ teaching on weekends

The university are trying to ‘create flexibility in the timetable’ for socially distanced teaching.

Thousands expected to gather in Nottingham for peaceful BLM protest

Social distancing is to be maintained

Cardboard cutouts of Dominic Cummings have appeared around Nottingham

A lion in Old Market Square has also been covered by a face mask.

Manor Villages student halls continues to demand rent to pay for future renovations

A student also reports being ‘laughed at’ and ‘hung up on’ by staff.

This Notts student is working to test people for Covid-19

She says the test doesn’t hurt.

Coates Road Auditorium is being occupied by a group of Notts students

They’re getting a DJ down if they’re still there by Thursday

‘I feel like a target’: Asian Notts students share their experiences amid Covid-19 UK outbreak

Hate crime against Asians is on the rise in Britain, and Asian Notts students are no exception.

Nottingham Nightline is the service you need to know about

They say no issue is too big nor too small.

Zero waste shop opens in Portland

In time for sustainability week!

The Rainbow Crossing has arrived at University Park campus

It has two additional stripes

BREAKING: UCU announces more strikes at Notts

They could last up to 14 days

What happens to British MEPs now? An interview with Nottingham’s representative in the EU

Bill Newton Dunn said he was lucky to work alongside people from all backgrounds and nationalities

Lenton’s MP backs Lisa Nandy for Labour leadership

Greenwood nominates Nandy, helping her reach the threshold to progress to the next stage

Notts students, who is getting your vote this Thursday?

Information on all the candidates standing in Nottingham’s student areas.

A guide to tactical voting this Thursday in Nottingham, for Leavers and Remainers

Make your vote matter.

A call for student Brexiteers in the ‘Battle of Broxtowe’

The Conservatives aim to gain student votes in Beeston.

Notts students continue to occupy Trent building until demands are met

‘We’re here until we need to be’

Labour plan to abolish tuition fees a ‘unicorn’, says Beeston’s Anna Soubry

She wants to bring back “centrist politics” and is standing for re-election.

‘Unseat the Tories!’: Labour seeking student votes in Beeston

Labour hopes to win back the seat they lost in 2010.