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Daily Archives: 21st September 2017

Photo: Henry Normal

A very Normal interview

BAFTA award winning screenwriter, poet, comedian and co-founder of Baby Cow Productions, Henry Normal sits down to chat with Raine Beckford about the launch of his new book

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Manchester University ranks fifth in UK for graduate employability

The University of Manchester climbs global graduate employability rankings by independent league table

Photo: The Whitworth

Remembering Partition with New North South: Beyond Borders

The Whitworth’s new exhibition responds to the anniversary of partition by reclaiming the tradition of textiles

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Manchester, night by night

A digest of Manchester’s finest student offerings for your diary

Photo: Vapiano

Want to dine with a difference? Experience the blind taste test at Vapiano

In celebration and anticipation of this year’s Manchester Food and Drink Festival, Vapiano is offering its customers the opportunity to put their taste buds to the test

Photo: Max Granger

Freshers abroad: what to expect from your next big adventure

As freshers descend onto Manchester once more, Kizzy talks to three third year University of Manchester students who are starting their new lives on their year abroad, discussing what freshers is like across the pond

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Greater Manchester Police “inadequate” at recording crime

The city’s police force fails to record 15 per cent of crime reported to it

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United earn comfortable Champions League win

The Red Devils make an assured start to the campaign

Photo: Neville Pierce

In conversation with Neville Pierce

From student editor to film journalist for Empire, Neville Pierce is quite the chameleon

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Review: IT

IT is one of the new “action-horror” hybrids to join the genre

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Largest rocket launched from UK by Manchester space tourism firm

Privately owned commercial space travel company, Starchaser Industries Ltd., has successfully launched their largest rocket, the Skybolt 2, in Northumberland village of Otterburn

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£153,500 saved for students by Union advice service

Free, confidential service offered by Students’ Union providing information and advice on personal and academic issues has helped students save thousands of pounds