The Mancunion

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Monthly Archives: March 2015

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Preview: Muse

The stadium giants to bring the noise to Manchester Academy

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Feminism: Challenging inequality or pernicious social engineering?

Feminism is nothing but a subversive blaming mechanism setting women against men and it does not adequately address gender inequalities

photo: Manchester Theatres

Review: The Producers

Mel Brooks’ hilariously inappropriate smash hit “The Producers” is back in Manchester and it’s better than ever

Photo: Sony Pictures Classics

Top 5: Films of the Year (2014/15)

We conducted a poll of our contributors in which we asked them to name their five favourite films released during the 2014/15 academic year. Having scored all the lists together, we can now reveal that the Mancunion’s Top 5 Movies of 2014/15 are:

ibtimes.com - A Viewing Gallery in Kuala Lumpur

Why we should restrict offensive speculative journalism

Lauren Wills discusses the media’s role in the aftermath of important world events, and whether they have the right to report things that they simply don’t know

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What goes up…

Contributor Kathryn Murray investigates the rise, fall and rebirth of John Galliano

Photo: Zara, Topshop, Asos, New Look

Ask Adrienne

Between seasons fashion can be tricky, Adrienne Galloway gives her advice on how to avoid disaster

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The Fear

What are you worrying about this year? Lauren Howells knows how you feel every step of the way… and has the advice to help you through

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Fashion flashback

Fleur Stevens on the three trends she’d like to see make a fashion comeback

Photo: The Lowry

La Traviata

An unfortunate start by tenor Ji-Min Park was quickly overcome by the impressive ensemble of Verdi’s La Traviata

Owens Park Tower. Photo: The Mancunion

Halls 2 Home: Putting ‘Unity’ Back Into the Community

Halls 2 Home is a project which aims to support students in their transition from halls to private accommodation. It was created by Manchester Student Homes and works in partnership with the university’s Pastoral Care Team, involving a programme of awarenesseampaigns, events and resource documents which aim to improve student integration in off-campus areas

"We base our struggle on principles of equality, direct democracy, solidarity, mutual care and support." Photo: Occupy LSE

Students occupy LSE

Occupy LSE locked themselves in the Vera Anstey Suite and released a list of demands that would remove the neoliberal agenda from higher education