Delegates walked out in protest over alleged failure to tackle racism, bullying and victimisation
- » The We Get It! campaign enters its next phase
— The We Get It! campaign, the Students' Union’s zero tolerance to sexual harassment incentive, has moved into its next stage with a “report and support” button on My Manchester and the appointment of at least two sexual harassment advisers
- » Marking boycott suspended until further talks
— The marking boycott is over until January, as the UCU and Universities UK agree to try and come to a settlement.
- » “Drinking is not a crime, rape is”
— Greater Manchester Police have announced that the number of rapes amongst Manchester students in the first three months of term have doubled since last year with over 30 reported cases in 2014.
- » Bus inspector jailed over ‘crash for cash’ scam
— A bus inspector from Longsight is jailed over a ‘crash for cash’ scam which saw a number 42 bus in Rusholme smash into his friend's Mercedes
- » Universities enter marking boycott against pension reductions
— Since the 6th of November the University and College Union has engaged in an industrial dispute with UK universities concerning changes to lecturers’ pensions
- » Technology: the modern day student addiction
— A survey has revealed the biggest addictions that students and other young people succumb to
The Galacticos in Manchester proved to be nothing more than a financial honey-trap
- » Ice hockey bound for first-ever North West Varsity
— Manchester Universities' Ice Hockey Club is set to take on newcomers Liverpool John Moores University in a winner-take-all Varsity at Silverblades Widnes on 4th December.
- » The Imitation Game
— Despite popular opinion, more fans dosen't equate to greater success
- » Football Manager: More than just a game
— With the upcoming release of Football Manager 15, Andrew Georgeson discusses life as a keyboard manager
- » Interview: Mike Catt
— England’s 2003 World Cup winning legend, and current attacking coach, Mike Catt spoke to The Mancunion's Liam Kelly.
- » Watch out! Fifa fail ethically yet again
— The latest corruption scandal involving Fifa shows how endemic a problem it is.
- » Liveblog: North-West Varsity
— Follow all the action live from the 2014 North-West Varsity 2014.
Lauren Wills asks if we really have the power to make companies retract their tasteless comments, or if indeed we actually care if it's not aimed at us
- » Minds matter
- » Waking up to ourselves
- » University isn’t the problem
- » We need to talk about the elephant in the room
Increased attention has been given to discussion about study drugs and the debate on whether or not to do study drugs is yet to be put to rest. So, can they be beneficial to your university degree?
- » Interview: Sir Gerald Kaufman MP
- » Sympathising with domestic violence victims who attack their abusers
- » #HookedOnMusic – Manchester Science Festival 2014
- » “The Future is Fracking. Discuss” – Manchester Science Festival 2014
Jay Fagerberg recommends this rather small and unassuming book to the truly passionate evolution geek or the Hermione-esque student who wants to impress their teacher, as it is jam-packed with facts and features on the theory of evolution
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