Circumstances currently being treated as 'unsuspicious' by Greater Manchester Police
- » Jabez Clegg closes
— University buys former home of The BOP
- » Manchester students protest privatisation of student debt
— "Debt-ins" take place across campus to protest sell-off of student loan book
- » Apathetic turnout for Halls Committee elections
— Seven out of twelve Owens Park RA positions go uncontested
- » “Miracle material” graphene to be used in condoms
— Researchers attempt to make graphene-based condoms.
- » University reception moved amid ‘security concerns’ over course closure protest
— Protest in response to closure of Learning Disability Studies course closure Social Responsibility Reception was purposely targeted by protesters
- » Mystery of moving statue at Manchester Museum solved
— An engineer has found the cause behind the rotating Egyptian statue at the Manchester Museum
Thomas Dowler meets former England rugby captain Phil Vickery MBE. Competition to win Raging Bull polo shirt inside.
- » Sheffield ‘foiled’!
— Jennifer Schofield's impressive lunging swipes victory from Sheffield 1sts
- » The only way is hoop
— Leeds too strong for valiant Manchester in relegation battle at the Armitage Centre
- » Comment: Club owners vs. Journalists.
— Andrew Georgeson explains how the future of sports journalism is under threat from tyrannical owners and managers
- » Ice Hockey Live Blog!
— Welcome to the Mancunion Sport live blog of the 2013 Ice Hockey varsity! Face-off at 7:30!
- » Liveblog: Rugby varsity
— Live coverage from the UofM-MMU men's and women's rugby at Sale stadium
- » Armitage Centre renovated: ‘We wanted to create a world class venue.’
— In 2002, the Armitage Centre was at the heart of the Commonwealth Games and it was seen as a highly valued asset for University of...
Charlotte Green questions why we are happy to allow the state to violate our civil liberties in the name of our protection
- » Students in Manchester shouldn’t be living in fear
- » UK drugs policy is failing
- » My Political Hero: Edward Kennedy
- » My Political Hero: Isabel Allende
Hard living safe cracker Dom Hemingway (Law) is set loose in London after a 12 year prison sentence. Pairing up with best friend Dickie (Grant),...
- » Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: Jeune et Jolie
- » Review: Parkland
- » Animation Comes of Age: How grown ups can laugh with the kids too
Find out what societies at the University of Manchester have achieved this year, from raising thousands of pounds for charity, to organising sell-out shows and competing in national competitions
- » Zoology Society
- » Highlights
- » The University of Manchester Jazz Orchestra