Proposed change in the mark scheme could see students graded in a similar way to the American style of letter grades
- » Union exec officer calls for North Campus bus route
— Diversity Officer Omar Aljuhani wants to improve disabled access and the student experience for students living on the North Campus
- » Exec ignore voters, nix paid Mancunion editor
— Sixty-eight per cent of students vote for Mancunion editor to be full-time paid job - but Exec ignore result and remove role as part of cuts to make up for £0.5m deficit
- » 180 students’ unions demand universities fix international student fees
— Fee increases for international students condemned as "unfair", by NUS officer
- » Students take to Manchester’s streets to ‘Reclaim the Night’
— Demonstrators marched from Fallowfield to the University's Oxford Road campus, chanting and waving banners
- » Success for University’s Model United Nations society at London conference
— Two Manchester students won awards during the conference
- » OFT considers detailed investigation into ‘non-competitive practices’ at universities
— Reports of poor value for money, substandard teaching, and price fixing, may lead to university probe
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
- » Eagles soar to varsity victory
— MMU Claim the American Football Varsity in a dramatic 12-6 win
- » Manchester athletes leading the way
— Students excel at North of England athletics championships in Sheffield
- » ‘Equality isn’t competing with men; it’s collaborating with them’
— Sport Editor Tom Dowler reviews UMSU's 'Women in Sport' event, addressing the challenges facing women's sport
- » Scarved for life
— Sport Editor Thomas Turner laments the rise of the 'half-and-half scarf'
- » Interview: Graham Hunter
— “I moved to Spain in 2002. I couldn’t speak the language, I didn’t have a job. Barcelona were rubbish”, explains Graham Hunter in a bustling...
After a spate of human rights pages being deleted from Facebook, Lauren Gorton asks whether it is taking its history-making role seriously
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- » My Political Villain: Tony Blair
- » UCU, for strikes to succeed you need to get students onside
- » Trial by Twitter is harmful to justice
Pirate Party Leader Loz Kaye speaks to Features Editor Sam Dumitriu about surveillance, filters and how the internet can transform politics
- » Cyclists face danger on Oxford Road corridor
- » TEDx Preview
- » The story behind the buildings
- » Have the Exec kept their promises?
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