The Guardian's 2017 league tables saw all three satisfaction rankings rise for Manchester, though it dropped two places to number 31
- » Justine Greening speaks to staff & students at Global Development Institute
— The Secretary of State for International Development visited the university last week to consult with experts on how to tackle economic gender inequality across the world
- » Academics to walk out over “insulting” pay levels
— Staff will stage a strike next Thursday and Friday as well as refusing to work overtime or set extra work from the 25th onwards
- » Results of Royall anti-Semitism inquiry released
— The recommendations following an inquiry into allegations of anti-Semitism within the Oxford University Labour Club have been released
- » Deal reached in Junior Doctors dispute subject to membership ballot
— Following months of disagreement which saw the first-ever strike by doctors, an agreement has been reached on Junior Doctor contracts
- » UEA bans mortarboard throwing at graduation
— Citing safety reasons as well as concern that many were returned to the dress suppliers damaged, the University of East Anglia has banned hat-throwing at graduation
- » Manchester medical students travel to Madagascar to study and treat infectious disease
— After a successful expedition to Madagascar in 2015, a group will return to the remote area to assess the impact of schistosomiasis
Manchester United were victorious in Saturday's FA Cup Final—bringing home the trophy for the first time in twelve years
- » United Player Ratings: Manchester United vs Bournemouth
— In the last match of this Premier League season, how did Manchester United fare against Bournemouth?
- » Rio 2016: Worst Olympics ever?
— Rio de Janeiro will be looking to emulate the example of Beijing 2008 but the preparations so far are verging on disastrous
- » United Player Ratings: Norwich City vs Manchester United
— Manchester United faced Norwich City this Saturday, this is what Magnus Henderson took from the game
- » A United Perspective: Manchester United vs Leicester City
— Manchester United hosted the league leaders, Leicester City, on Sunday for potentially one of the most important football matches in recent history. Three points for...
- » Manchester City 2-2 Arsenal
— The sun was shining, the inflatables were out, and the fans were well-oiled (although not well sun-screened by the looks of a few bald men’s...
- » Galactico heartache for City, but now they face Arsenal
— Manchester City limped out of the Champions League on Wednesday, so now must put in a performance against Arsenal at The Etihad Stadium on Sunday if they are to qualify for the competition next season
Tristan Parsons on the increasing disenfranchisement from progress caused by the economics of work and consumption
- » The taxing demands of being a leader
- » The difficulty with cultural appropriation
- » Green spaces offer a calming respite from the city
- » Training is key to combatting mental health stigma
TEDxUniversity of Manchester returned with the theme of Infinite Possibilities on Saturday, with a host of inspirational and lauded speakers and live performers
- » “There are a lot of grey walls in this world: Why not paint them?”
- » Win £10,000 for your startup through Venture Further
- » Interview with an astronaut: Don Thomas
- » The bodies nobody cares about
Manchester has it all... Even a beach!
- » Project Parent: the inevitable embarrassment of graduation day
- » The Seven Study Sinners
- » The End of Days: Throwing a great graduation party
E3 2016 is less than two months away so it is time to start getting hyped up. Can Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony and the rest deliver some blow-out news that will make this years E3 the best in a long while?
- » Is hype everything?
- » Pokémon Red/Blue & Yellow – Retro Review
- » Where’s My Mommy? – Review
Jack Blenkinsopp reviews The University of Manchester alumnus Alfie Bown's newest fast and witty critical theory novel, Enjoying It: Candy Crush and Capitalism.
- » YA roundup – home and away
- » Alternative uses: Coconut oil
- » In conversation with Qaisra Shahraz