The funding will cover half the tuition fees for any masters course at the Business School
- » Working classes must ‘fit in’ to ‘middle class world’ to go to university, says government adviser
— Peter Brant claims acting middle class will encourage the working class to apply to top universities
- » Fallowfield caterer reaches Food and Farming final
— Deborah Kermath, head caterer at Ashburne Hall, has beaten thousands of contestants to reach the finals BBC Radio 4's Food and Farming Awards.
- » Salford graduate jailed for money laundering
— Ex-business student Emmanuel Stephen Jack, conned eight women out of £186,000
- » Manchester archaeologists win national award
— Digging at Ice Age site 'Star Carr' captured public interest in a popular vote
- » Students show solidarity with lecturers’ marking boycott
— - Open letter to Dame Nancy Rothwell calls for fair pay for lecturers - Marking boycott to start 28th April
- » ‘Lost City’ Pangaea makes loss of £4,000
— Slow ticket sales and damages paid to the Union means festival loses money and now has smaller budget for Summer
Andrew Georgeson runs through the hardest football managers
- » Bets over Blade-Runner’s bullets
— Bookies Paddy Power cause online outrage after advertising bets for Oscar Pistorius's trial outcome
- » Should we allow a return to standing in English football stadia?
— YES- Thomas Turner I’m going to start this with a little game of Andrew Georgeson bingo. Get the full house, and the Mancunion Sport will...
- » Olympic dreams dashed for University alumni
— UK Sport withdraw funding for women’s water-polo, jeapordising trio’s Rio hopes
- » Khan he do it?
— Amir Khan has been voted fans’ favourite in an official online poll on who Floyd Mayweather’s next opponent will be
- » 2014: A year of sporting disasters waiting to happen
— Andrew Georgeson looks at the year ahead for sport
- » Water Polo: Making a splash
— Manchester defeat Sheffield Hallam 17-7 in a convincing attacking display
After a spate of human rights pages being deleted from Facebook, Lauren Gorton asks whether it is taking its history-making role seriously
- » I experienced Twitter abuse first hand
- » My Political Villain: Tony Blair
- » Trial by Twitter is harmful to justice
- » Russell Brand is wrong, apathy does not engender revolution
Though Whitworth Gallery is currently closed for refurbishment until August 2014, its resurfacing collection previewed in unlikely venues whets our appetite for its reopening. Lotty Adam visits the Pop-Up Whitworth at Selfridges’ Festival of Imagination.
- » Alison Goldfrapp is Performer Turned Curator
- » Crochet Coral Project
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