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Daily Archives: 17th March 2017

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Preview: Strictly Come Manchester 2017

Strictly Come Manchester takes to the Students’ Union’s floor all in aid of Manchester Rape Crisis and Sign Health

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Holi curfews placed on female students in Delhi

The curfew placed on female students during the spring festival is not the first of its kind, and the campaign against it has now garnered international attention

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Manchester Labour Students co-chair against decision to back BDS

MLS have voted to support the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement, causing controversy among some members of the society

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Academics plea for the government to protect EU citizen’s rights

The heads of thirty-five Oxford University colleges issue a letter warning of the huge impact on academia if thousands of EU staff leave UK universities

Photo: William Bunnis

Protesting: What’s the point?

Miranda Bunnis takes a look at how far protest can go to affect change in today’s society

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Top 5: Colourful songs for Holi

The Hindu festival of colours is celebrated from India to Platt Fields Park. Charlotte Ridout recommends five rainbow records for this occasion

Photo: Callum Tyler

Students continue fight for divestment ahead of Finance Committee decision

Students at the University of Manchester, who have been campaigning on the issue of fossil fuel divestment for almost three years, claim they have “stepped up their game this year”

Sexpression: Sex Week Print

Preview: Sex Week 2017

Let’s talk about sex. Here’s the line-up for this year’s annual Sex Week

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Album: Pitbull — Climate Change

Climate Change leaves Ben Lomax wishing it really was just a hoax made up by the Chinese

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A summer of art in Manchester

With summer on the way find out what Manchester’s galleries have got in store

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The Good, the Bad and the Irrelevant?

Who are the best and the worst of football pundits?

Photo: Venice Film Festival

University of Manchester student premieres film at HOME

Christopher Murray sits down with The Mancunion to unpack his second feature length film, El Cristo Ciego (The Blind Christ)