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Isle of Wight Festival 2018 – The Verdict

Isle of Wight Festival 2018 – The Verdict

Isle of Wight Festival took place last weekend, and Nerve Editors Stephen Wright and Dan Davis were there to give you the comprehensive lowdown. Stephen Wright: Dan, let’s break down our thoughts of this year’s festival. For me, Kasabian and…
Don’t Believe The Hype!

Don’t Believe The Hype!

We’ve all seen this odd sight – scores of teens, come rain or sunshine, waiting tirelessly outside of pint-sized, pop up stores in Shoreditch or Hackney to get their grubby little hands on overpriced tat. Come on… £1000 for a…
Nerve Committee Applications 2018/19

Nerve Committee Applications 2018/19

WE’RE RECRUITING COMMITTEE MEMBERS FOR 2018/19. As many of us move on to new challenges, we need YOU to help keep Nerve looking and sounding great. Nerve is a fantastic addition to your CV and an amazing part of your…
Student housing: know your rights

Student housing: know your rights

Your bathroom ceiling is mouldy, your oven door doesn’t close and those wires hanging out of your wall keep making a really strange crackling sound. Does any of this sound familiar?  Student housing can be rough. Landlords are notorious for…
The truth about having Gay parents

The truth about having Gay parents

In this LGBT history month, we should celebrate how far we as a society have come in regards to the LGBT movement. But we also need to look at where we still need to get to. People are generally more…
New Year’s Resolutions: An unrealistic goal?

New Year’s Resolutions: An unrealistic goal?

New Year’s resolutions are a common occurrence across the world. Many make them, some stick to them and some fail. It’s a new year, so that means a new you right? Maybe, but Maddi is still the same person she…
A Revolutionary New Year

A Revolutionary New Year

With every New Year that rolls around the idea that we should somehow revolutionise our lives comes back with a vengeance. Stop this, do that, don’t, do, run, jump – it all seems a little impossible. January isn’t the favourite…