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Daily Archives: 5th February 2017

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Album: Cloud Nothings – Life Without Sound

After a three-year wait for new material, Cloud Nothings have released their fourth studio album which holds a rather pensive feel

Progressed from an opinion contributor in my first year at university to Head News Editor in my final year, contributing for almost every other section of the paper

Manchester City 2-1 Swansea City

Manchester City leave it late at The Etihad to take all three points against a struggling Swansea City in the Premier League, curtesy of a Gabriel Jesus last minute winner

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Review: Tariff and Dale

‘After being so blown away by the hit Thai starter, I wasn’t sure I wanted to move on, but, the flaky pastry of the sausage roll was rather tempting’

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Randy going to Wrestlemania… outta nowhere

This year’s Royal Rumble was one to remember, though not necessarily for the right reasons

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Review: A Monster Calls

James Gill’s thoughts on the adaptation of Patrick Ness’s highly acclaimed novel

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Review: Bundobust

This new Indian street food and craft beer bar transforms even popcorn into something worth writing about

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Whatever drives you, run with us: The University of Manchester’s Purple Wave

The University of Manchester are running the 10K and aiming to get even more runners than last year

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Eurowatch: Ligue 1

In the latest Eurowatch, Josh looks at the French first division

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University of Manchester’s Women’s Cricket Club on the rise

We take a look at a small University of Manchester women’s sports team with big ambitions

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Trump needs to know the wrongs of torture

With Trump having shown his support for torture, Alex Pigott looks into why it is both unjustified and unnecessary

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Feature: T2 and Danny Boyle Q&A

After last year’s successful Steve Jobs Q&A, HOME Patron Danny Boyle returns to his hometown discussing T2. Choose to find out what happened on the night — choose to read

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Lay off the referees and introduce technology

George Green makes the case for less criticism of officials and some technological updates to decision making