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Monthly Archives: January 2017
Elliott Mills takes a stern look into the pint glass with a precise analysis of the merits, difficulties, and confusions of Dry January
The Sunday Times reported that Dame Nancy Rothwell’s expenses are the highest among UK university chiefs, as well as revealing that Vice-Chancellors had claimed expenses for bottles of water and slices of cake
Dane Massey makes the case for why the Real Madrid centre back is so good
An NUS Vice-President was filmed by an undercover Al Jazeera reporter admitting that he was involved in organising groups working against the NUS President Malia Bouattia
William Bain deliver’s The Mancunion’s verdict on the deceased icon’s final recordings: a fond farewell to an exceptional career
Could David Moyes return to haunt Old Trafford? How did United’s players play against their former manager?
Standing in the University of Manchester’s Students’ Union Exec elections is now open to students until the 17th of February
UJS and Manchester J-Soc have dismissed Baroness Deech’s claims that Jewish Students are unlikely to attend Manchester University due to anti-Semitism within the student body
The government are cracking down on companies who are duping students into acquiring fraudulent degrees
Sara Khan defends the SU’s support for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions campaign, and challenges claims that the movement is anti-Semitic
Fiery and fluid, the hip-hop duo’s surprise third album is their best yet, writes Madeleine Jones