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Andy investigated for the Pulse whether LGBT students are supported sufficiently whilst at University.
6:02 minutes (5.52 MB)
On today's Pulse we had a special show that covered the events at the London demonstration where around 50,000 students and lecturers are thought to have taken part in protesting against the the rise in tuition fees and cuts to university spending.
Our Pulse reporters Martin, Lucy, Emma and Katie were in London speaking to protesters about their views on the cuts, and the violence that broke out.
1:21 minutes (1.24 MB)
Over the past two days we have been looking into the Your Hall, Your Call campign and finding out what the changes made to the Halls of Residence will mean to Nottingham student.
2:58 minutes (2.73 MB)
Over the past term we've been investigating the problems students face when dealing with Taxi companies in Nottingham. On Tuesday 19th June we broadcast a special edition of The Pulse called The Truth About Taxis, looking at these issues. It includes interviews with cabbies, the SU and the city council, your opinions and the results of a survey that we have been running this term.
19:21 minutes (22.14 MB)
In the build up to the 2012 Demo against the rise in tuition fees, the Pulse team caught up with the Registrar at the University of Nottingham to find out what is being done at the University to tackle the rise in tuition fees.
6:42 minutes (6.14 MB)
With the 2012 DEMO happening in protest against the rise in tuition fees, we at the Pulse went down to the demonstration in London to find out the exact of thoughts of the protesters, and what they were hoping to achieve.
2:39 minutes (1.84 MB)
During Eating Disorder Awareness Week, we sat down with two University of Nottingham Student who to told us all about their eating disorders and during our conversation tried to pinpoint a root cause of their anorexia including how they coped with an eating disorder at university.
65:30 minutes (59.98 MB)
The Pulse investigated the case of Malala Yousafzai, the young girl who was shot by the Taliban in Pakistan on her way to school last year. Emma and the team looked at the impact this had had and what it has done for the promotion of education for women and girls worldwide.
25:12 minutes (34.62 MB)
With changes proposed to change how Muslim students are affected in claiming their Student Finance by Shariah law, Emma and the Pulse team investigated the problems that Muslim students face when they come to University.
12:00 minutes (12.25 MB)
In the run up to the upcoming referendum on whether the University of Nottingham Students Union should support the Marking Boycott referendum, we investigated in order to establish what the impact of the result of the referendum would have on students.
9:57 minutes (13.69 MB)
As the first batch of students who are paying £9,000 per year near the end of their degrees, we are all too aware that students suffer from a series of financial pressures. We therefore investigated this issue to find out whether your student loan can really cover your rent, food and other necessary expenditures.
33:18 minutes (54.24 MB)
As Students come to University, they reach an age at which they are asked to pay prescription fee charges for the first time. To find out how the cost of burden for necessary medication affects students, Sam and Annabel from the Pulse got the stories from around campus and spoke to your Equal Opportunities and Welfare Officer Chloe Averill.
14:59 minutes (13.3 MB)
On Body Confidence Week at the University of Nottingham, the Pulse team spoke to your SU Women's Officers to find out precisely why this is such an important issues and what events are happening around campus.
2:25 minutes (5.54 MB)
With students participating in a large scale demonstration in favour of Free Education earlier this month, we spoke to one of the protesters to find out why they are campaigning as well as going around campus to find out your views on the issue.
2:58 minutes (6.79 MB)
We at URN got a chance to exclusively speak to the University of Nottingham Chancellor, Sir Andrew Witty, about a range of issues including why the University is pursuing a global profile and even his own time as a URN DJ!
The growing success of plus-size model Tess Holliday has led to a debate on body image amongst young people, so we caught up with SU Equal Opportunities and Welfare Officer, Chloe Averill, to find out her view - and to learn what support is available on campus if you have any body image concerns.
The 5th February was National Voter Registration Day, so we spoke to SU President, Harry Copson and Politics Society's Ben Malone about why you should register, before going around campus to find out how many of you have done so!
In the build up to May's general election, the University of Nottingham's Student's Union, Nottingham Trent's Students Union and New College Nottingham have joined together to publicize a number of issues which matter to the students. Meg and Sam went down to the event, interviewing Lilian Greenwood MP, NUS Representative Rachel Mattey and UoNSU Community Officer, Mike Olatokun.
Considering their growth around campus, and recent news of homophobic abuse amongst students, we spoke to Lucy and Bryony from the not-for-profit organisation Out in Education about what they do and why education on LGBT issues is necessary.
As the University hosted Mental Health Awareness week, we spoke to your SU Welfare Officer, Chloe Averill about why it is important for students to talk about their Mental Health and what they could expect from the event.
With Mental Health Awareness Week being held around campus, we also spoke to the University of Nottingham's Disability Sports Officer, Hannah Webber about why this event was important how sport can help people with mental health concerns.
In the light of the 'lose the lot' campaign which alerted festival goers of the dangers of taking Legal Highs, we spoke to the man leading the campaign, Paul Reed, about the dangers the drugs posed and whether the ban was a restriction on personal freedom.
In an election, the Parties always make a number of promises about what they would do for students. The Pulse analysed each of what the leading politicians offered to do for students, if they were elected to office.