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Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Labour Party Conference 2014. Photo: anthonymck @Flickr

Labour’s Plans for Britain’s Future: Ed Miliband’s vision at the 2014 conference

Helen Chapman reports from the Labour Party Conference 2014 in Deansgate where Ed Miliband’s keynote speech proposes plans for Britain’s future.

Photo: Press shot

Shonky’s Top 5 DJing Tips

Shonky shares his Top 5 tips for aspiring DJs.

image courtesy of The Moons

Live: The Moons

The Moons provided exactly what their audience were looking for

Photo: Press Shot

Album: Flying Lotus – You’re Dead!

Flying Lotus returns with his fifth studio album on a journey through the afterlife and beyond…

In the early hours of Tuesday morning a mass brawl broke out along Deansgate Locks. Photo: tj.blackwell @ flickr.

First Rule of Night Club

40 drunken brawlers caused havoc alongside Deansgate Locks in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

British universities are becoming more gay-friendly. Photo: sasastro @Flickr

Top gay-friendly universities are revealed

University provisions for lesbian, gay and bisexual students continue to improve, says Stonewall.

Photo: Press shot

Interview: Apollonia

Kim Kahan speaks to super trio Apollonia about their formation, pre-set rituals and appearance at Sankeys Tribal Sessions’ 14th Birthday this Saturday.

Facebook is already known to be addictive. But will we be using it for more and more? Photo: 2wenty @Flickr

Facebook may soon promote extremism

Lauren Wills: Facebook is an egotistical façade perfect for extremism, and it’s going to get worse.

We all spend far too much time on Facebook. Photo: West McGowan @Flickr

Does social media connect people?

David Brierley and Samuel Gilmore respond to the pressing question about the imposing effects of social media; is it, or is it not beneficial?

Photo: robertmoloney1964@ Flickr

The Instagram Effect

Marina Iskander discusses the unobtainably high standards that we set ourselves on social media.

Photo: Paramount

The Moral Responsibility of Film

Nik McNally says we don’t need movies to teach us ethics.

Enter The Void. Photo: Sam Reevey

Club: Selective Hearing presents Tessela b2b Pariah b2b Kowton

The trio instigate a frenzy in the sweatbox of Joshua Brooks