URN Pulse: The Lowdown on URN

22nd September 2014

All of this week on URN, your URN Pulse team has been giving you the ultimate guide to Week One on The Lowdown. Featuring your What’s On Guide and all the advice from the people that know, the Lowdown broadcasts from 10am every morning during Week one.


On Monday’s Lowdown, you were welcomed to the University of Nottingham, featuring a reveal of what you can expect during Week One from the Week One exec and a guide on how to make the most of your time in halls by Emma from Broadgate Park!


On Tuesday’s Lowdown, we gave you a guide to the Socieites available at the University, featuring an explanation of why you should join a society by Joe Caunce. Now, get yourself down to Freshers Fayre and sign up for them!


On Wednesday’s Lowdown, you heard a tour round all things extra-curricular, including interviews with the Head of the Careers service and the University’s own Student Volunteer team.


Thursday’s Lowdown covered all things education – after all, you are here to get a degree! Featuring interviews with your SU Education Officer Adam BK, and Politics lecturer Sue Pryce, you hear about how to get the work/play balance right in first year.


Our week long guide to University life continuted with the Friday Lowdown as you learnt all about who your Students Union are, what they do for you and how you can hold them to account. Featuring interviews with SU President Harry Copson and Postgraduate officer Anas Elhag.


On Saturday’s Lowdown, we took you on a guided tour round Nottingham, covereing everything from shops, to transport and nighclubs. We even managed to grab an interview with, owner of Ocean, Andy Hoe himself…


Sunday’s Lowdown gave we gave you a guide to all things Welfare on campus, featuring interviews with Chloe Averill and Dr Adam Cooper from Cripps Health Center.

Your URN Lowdown this week has been your ultimate guide to University life, and we will carry bringing you the news that matters to you every weekday during term-time between 5 and 6pm.