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Monthly Archives: December 2016

Photo: Verdi Productions

Review: Bleed For This

Bleed for This is the captivating biopic Miles Teller needed to engrave his name in the hallmarks of cinema recognition

Photo: Produzioni Europee Associati (PEA)

Last Tango in Paris abuse allegations resurfaced

The controversy around Last Tango in Paris is shocking, but all too familiar

Photo: Lydia Ransome

Inter-Faith event at Manchester Students’ Union

An evening of dialogue at Manchester Students’ Union to celebrate and encourage integration between religious communities

Photo: clairity @Flickr

When pop art met fashion

Following the recent opening of ‘Artist Rooms: Andy Warhol’ at The Whitworth Art Gallery, Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Sophie Soar ruminates upon Andy Warhol’s influence in fashion since the sixties

Photo: CanadianBloodServices@Flickr

Give Life Live Life this Christmas

Eilis Hall, a post grad student and advocate for the charity ‘Live Life Give Life’ is urging students to join the NHS Organ Donor Register as “Christmas gifts do not come any better than the gift of life”

Photo: Harry Newton

Manchester City 1–1 Celtic

Manchester City have finished second in their UEFA Champions League group and are awaiting their next challenge after a 1-1 draw with Celtic

Photo: Enrico Santagati @Flickr

The Italian referendum: what now?

Italians have rejected Prime Minister Renzi’s reform and are left wondering about the alternatives

Photo: Alicia Love

University of Manchester’s Students’ Union Senate Liveblog

Keep up to date with what’s happening at tonight’s Senate meeting

Photo: NUS

Black students in NUS walkout over ‘institutional racism’

Protesting against the ‘institutional racism’ within the Union, NUS Black Students’ Officer Aadam Muuse led a walkout by people of colour at a major annual NUS meeting

Photo: adamwilson @Flickr

Pro-life students banned from forming group at Strathclyde University

Anti-abortion students at the University of Strathclyde feel their free speech has been violated by the Students’ Association’s decision not to fund their ‘anti-choice group’

Photo: Fuse TV Manchester

MMG Opinion: The Rise of Populism

Why has populism become so prevalent in the Western world recently? Two of our opinion writers argue their viewpoints

Feminism Photo: Jay Morrison @ Flickr

A response to “Everyday Feminism: Take control of yourselves”

Ilya Cereso argues that the article mirrors how issues of oppression within our societies are too often generalised and oversimplified