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Monthly Archives: February 2015

The largest Reclaim the Night saw 2000 protesters join together to fill Manchester's streets with noise. Photo: The Mancunion

Reclaim the Night 2015

Reclaim the Night 2015 proved a huge success, with a record number of over 2000 protesters attending

Photo: Jack Pople

Review: Manchester Beer and Cider Festival 2015

Sam Joyce and Charlie Filmer-Court visit Manchester’s Beer and Cider Festival 2015

Average weekly reading for an English student. Photo: Henry... @Flickr

What is your course stereotype?

What does your degree say about you? Kitty Treverton Jones explores the stereotypes from a selection of university courses

Photo: Sankeys

Club: Sanction @ Sankeys

Zinc, Kane Law and Yasmin bring bass to Sankeys

Photo: The Mancunion

Welsh boy wears make-up

We put make-up on a boy. This is his story

Photo: University of Manchester Drama Society

Review: Bad Company

Annabel Cartwright reviews one of the picks of this years MIFTA performances; Bad Company, a comic drama by Tom Mackintosh

Stevie Spiers @Flickr

How to get away with murder

With us humans–us feeble, naïve, easily swayed humans–using the right language can really change everything. The case hasn’t changed much since the beginning of time:…

The university and the city continue to infringe upon us, while failing to protect us. Photo: Blithe Mik @ Flickr

Campus street style

We give you our selection of UoM’s most stylish students

marcus_jb1973 @Flickr

The Manchester Bucket List

Whether you’re in your final year or your first, it’s time to start making the most of the best city in the country. Sarah Heaton gives you a guide to the things you have to do before you leave

Screenshot: Universal Pictures

50 shades on a budget

BDSM shouldn’t just be for the megarich and fictional characters.

Photo: Gene Hunt @Flickr

Overheard at the University of Manchester, 2/3/15

The funniest things you’ve been saying around campus this week

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Why Russell Brand has been good for British politics

Lauren Wills explores the effect that the outspoken comedian and political commentator Russell Brand has had on the UK political sphere