Nerve Announcements

How is Halloween looking this year?

How is Halloween looking this year?

With Halloween just one day away, we’ve got some events taking place in Bournemouth that could suit you if you wish to go out. Deciding on how spooky your costume or make-up will be should be first on your list,...

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 open...
Refreshers Month: See What’s Coming Up!

Refreshers Month: See What’s Coming Up!

Written By Jessica Grano de Oro 2020 is kicking off and Bournemouth is celebrating it all around. Whether you have just arrived as a new student or just come back, wait no more. Here is the line-up of Bournemouth University’s...

Entertainment

Kajillionaire – Movie Review

Kajillionaire – Movie Review

I think it’s safe to assume that, with everything going on in the world, many of you are in need of a good laugh. Although your conventional comedies were probably halted by COVID,  don’t fret, because filmmaker, Miranda July has...
Herself – Movie Review

Herself – Movie Review

Many of you will know Phyllida Lloyd’s previous work, whether it involves singing and dancing to ABBA songs in her smash hit debut, Mamma Mia, or she’s directing Meryl Streep towards her third academy award in The Iron Lady. Now...
Relic – Movie Review

Relic – Movie Review

It’s nearly Halloween and whilst we question whether trick or treating will be allowed to happen, because God forbid the government allows kids to be fed, many of us shall be keeping indoors, looking to binge horror film after horror...

News

How is Halloween looking this year?

How is Halloween looking this year?

With Halloween just one day away, we’ve got some events taking place in Bournemouth that could suit you if you wish to go out. Deciding on how spooky your costume or make-up will be should be first on your list,...
Reopening of Brass Haus Pub

Reopening of Brass Haus Pub

After undergoing major renovation over the last few weeks, the pub once known as the Brasshouse will reopen on Wednesday 11 March. With a sizeable food and drinks menu, the style of the newly renovated Brass Haus is mainly inspired...

Sport

Ringwood Town beaten by local rivals as injuries mount up

Ringwood Town beaten by local rivals as injuries mount up

Written by Andy Jones (@TheRamblingHam) A short trip up the A338 ended in disappointment for Ringwood Town on Tuesday after succumbing to a 4-1 defeat at the hands of local rivals Downton FC. Ringwood, without in-form Striker Shaun Prentice –...

Latest Articles


National Libraries Day to support equal learning
7

National Libraries Day to support equal learning

The 6th February marks The National Libraries Day aiming to support learning across the nation and avoid further closures of public libraries. The event is run by organisations including the Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals (CILIP) and the...


Deadly earthquake hits the city of Tainan

The city of Tainan was hit by a magnitude 6.4 earthquake last night, resulting in at least 12 casualties thus far and the collapse of buildings. A high-rise building with 100 dwellings collapsed as a result of the earthquake and it has been...