The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Daily Archives: 18th September 2017

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It’s down to students to show the UK’s positive future

In the eyes of many Europeans, Britain has become the closeted land of King Farage – and no-one has as much power to change that as we do

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Review: Destiny 2

Has Bungie delivered on their ambitious vision?

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Cristóbal Balenciaga: Shaping fashion

Over the summer, Deputy Fashion Editor Amy Nguyen explored the works of Cristóbal Balenciaga at the Victoria & Albert museum in London

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Five must see places in Manchester for its bookworms

Some of the best spots to bury your head in the pages

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Interview: George Osborne

“The proof is in the pudding,” says Mr Osborne to those who may have criticised his appointment as Editor of the Evening Standard — Kirstie O’Mahony also challenges him about another appointment a little closer to home

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Review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2018

Too many cons in the latest Pro Evo

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Manchester student forced to crowdfund 1st year of her degree

International students are rejected from receiving student finance because they don’t meet additional criteria

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G4S security return to patrol Manchester’s student suburbs

Manchester City Council is implementing security in Fallowfield and Withington to control antisocial behaviour for the second year in a row

UoM Monopoly (Image: The University of Manchester)

Manchester University version of Monopoly now on sale

Fear not – you can still be the tiny silver dog, though halls in Fallowfield are where Old Kent Road would usually be

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Manchester second most entrepreneurial UK city

Mayor Andy Burnham tells The Mancunion that Manchester “doesn’t like being second-best at anything”

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Opinion: ‘For the love of God, give me diversity!’

Does the blame for the lack of female playwrights in top theatres lie solely with artistic directors? Emily Oulton argues not