A team of students are heading up Black History Month celebrations; here’s how you can get involved.
Monthly Archives: September 2014
Books Editor Alister Pearson provides a response to Leonie Dunn in favour of the Kindle
Saif Rehan documents his first taste of Japanese cuisine at Wagamama
Harry Daniels considers the epic life and works of the literary hero that is James Joyce.
Hester Lonergan visits Rudy’s Pizza, a pop up in Manchester’s Northern Quarter
Making pizzas at home is one of my favourite things to do as a group. If there are a few of you, you can club together to afford decent ingredients and at a fraction of the cost of a takeaway or restaurant pizza. It’s also a lot healthier than eating out as you know exactly what’s going into every component of the dish!
Claire Cottis gives insight on how to create the Gin and Earl Grey Fizz, a truly British (…and easy to mix!) cocktail
As probably one of the easiest sweet treats to make, rocky road bars are my fail-safe party showstopper. The basic recipe is to grab everything unhealthy, smash it all to bits, cover it with gooey melted chocolate and refrigerate.
James Jackman visits Albert Square to sample the delights on offer at the Manchester Food and Drink Festival.
DJ Harvey is in town on 24th October
How much do you actually know about the person behind the canvas?
By Autumn 2015, restrictions on the number of student entries into universities will be removed