The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Daily Archives: 10th October 2012

Radiohead delivered a career-spanning set at the Arena. Photo: Danielle Dalledonne

Live: Radiohead

A majestic set at the Manchester Arena showed why Radiohead remain the world’s most important rock band

Girls Shaped Love Drug is Simon Powell's debut feature film

Review: ‘Girl Shaped Love Drug’

GMFF founder Simon Powell presents the World Premiere of his first feature length film at the Greater Manchester Film Festival

'New clothes' and 'beauty treatments'  feature in the average student's top ten monthly spends, the survey says. Photo: Joe Sandler Clarke

Student loan spent in a month by one in six students

‘Beer, cider and spirits’ labeled one of the biggest expenditures

e47459536e6611d16f375dc14f064301_L

Review: ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’

Robbie Davidson reviews Emma Watson’s latest acting venture

BAFTA 2012 Short Film Mwansa the Great

BAFTA 2012 short films

Even in this first ever year of Manchester’s film festival a strong precedent has been set on the standard that the GMFF has to offer….

Holy Motors is showing at the Cornerhouse Theatre

‘Holy Motors’

Our “Cornerhouse Pick of the Week” is Leos Carax’s star-studded “Holy Motors”

Lecture theatre. Photo: Hannah Reiss

The Lecture after the Night Before

For the girls: Gráinne Morrison tries to solve the student style dilemma faced all too often…

Lecture theatre:  Hannah Reiss

The Lecture after the Night Before

For the boys: Damilola Ade-Odiachi gives you his morning after run down

Photo: Tilly Miller

Mockingbird, Withington – Interview with Berrin Golding

Tilly Miller interviews Berrin Golding, owner of Withington High Street’s new vintage haunt ‘Mockingbird’

Photo: Olivia Burt

Student Style

This week Olivia Burt brings you her choice of Manchester’s finest (and most waterproof)…

5 Nights, 5 Outfits

Tilly Miller, Gráinne Morrison, Miles Zilesnick, Elizabeth Harper and Faye Howard give you Manchester’s favourite nights out

Finally Manchester's own film festival

For the love of film

The Greater Manchester Film Festival delivers a day to celebrate Manchester as the City of Cinema