All posts by Jordan Copperthwaite


Committee applications 2020/21 are open!

NERVE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING COMMITTEE MEMBERS FOR 2020/21 Nerve Media are looking for YOU to help keep Nerve looking and sounding great. Nerve is an amazing part of your university experience so make sure you get involved! Applications will remain…
A Coronavirus Pandemic?

A Coronavirus Pandemic?

The coronavirus outbreak has now been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization. There is no doubt that you already know about the coronavirus outbreak. But how much do you truly know about it? Read on for…
The General Election: Who do I vote for?

The General Election: Who do I vote for?

Did you know that your vote could change the outcome of the General Election? Because there’s a chance it could! Here at Nerve, we understand that it can be hard to know who to vote for, and that is why…
Deer to Pier Fun Run

Deer to Pier Fun Run

Tis’ the season to be charitable! What better way to do just this than running from Bournemouth to Boscombe pier and back again in support of Autism Wessex and Stable Family Home Trust! Autism Wessex and Stable Family Home Trust…
Movember @ Bournemouth University

Movember @ Bournemouth University

Let’s see those moustaches! Movember, running throughout the month of November, helps to raise money to support those tackling prostate and testicular cancer, as well as supporting mental health and suicide prevention. Every year during November, Men all around the…
Northern Ireland to legalise abortion and same-sex marriage

Northern Ireland to legalise abortion and same-sex marriage

At midnight on Monday 21st October, Northern Ireland campaigners rejoiced as legislation was passed by MPs in Westminster making abortion and same-sex marriage legal. After the first meeting in three years was held at Stormont on Monday, anti-abortion groups led…
Combating Period Poverty on Campus

Combating Period Poverty on Campus

We all know that sanitary products are expensive. But have we ever thought about what happens to those people who can’t afford to buy them? What do they do then? Joanna Anne, SUBU’s VP welfare and opportunities officer, has set…