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Daily Archives: 7th February 2017

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Final year fear: get involved in student media

If you’re in your final year and struggling to get relevant work experience, why not try getting involved in student media?

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Review: Moonlight

A Modern Masterpiece

Photo: Museum of Science & Industry

Manchester Science Festival 2017 announces first headliner

The unique ‘Robots’ exhibition, showcasing the 500-year evolution of robots, is to headline the annual science festival held at Manchester’s Museum of Science & Industry

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Learn your lesson: Forget exam results

Finding it difficult to adjust to university when the thought of exam results are still hanging over you? Cachella Smith is here to offer some advice on how to put them behind you and focus on the now

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Tangerine dream

Considering all the colours of the rainbow, it’s not often that orange stands out as a favourite. So how is it we come to love and favour one colour over another?

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The fashion blues

Sometimes it can be difficult to get excited by fashion when it all seems the same — this week we look for a few rays of excitement

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Purple’s playmate

In an effort to embrace a more adventurous make-up palette, we examine the pros and cons of using purple and its complementary colour, yellow

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Player loyalty: player more important than club

With players forcing transfers to more preferable clubs, are they showing a lack of loyalty? Jack Ford thinks not

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Italy’s national prospects are growing with the re-emergence of Serie A

Italy are enjoying a talent-boom like no other this season, but who are the ones to keep an eye on?

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Album: Lyra, Lyra – Fionn Connolly

Fionn Connolly’s debut is a promising combination of calming ambience and wistful apathy, writes Tristan Parsons

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The Premier League’s international inspirations

Dane Massey compares the top 6 with some of the world’s leading international sides, where flair, confidence, and a hunger for success reign supreme

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Live: Psappha play Maxwell Davies and John Horne

Hugh Morris reviews a Psappha’s dramatic performance of David Horne and the late Sir. Peter Maxell Davies at Hallé St. Peters