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Daily Archives: 26th September 2017

Photo: Manchester Mexican Society

Manchester Mexican Society raise funds for those affected by earthquake

After the devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Mexico, the Treasurer of the Mexican Society tells The Mancunion that, whilst sad, it’s time to take action

Photo: Dirty Records

Interview: Wolf Alice

Ellie Roswell tells Music Editor Hannah Brierley that whilst sexism and inequality in the music industry is still rife, it’s the duty of women like her “raise other women up”

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Dealers hand out business cards outside halls

Whilst handing out business cards is no new entrepreneurial trick, attaching small amounts of product to them is taking some students aback

Photo: Football Foundation

Ex-Premier League referee Chris Foy opens new pitch in Manchester

The referee was back in the North West for the unveiling of a new 3G pitch

Photo Credit: Cafe Football

Review: Cafe Football

A tasty change of pace from a trip to your local Spoons.

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What’s on this week?

Despite fairly slim pickings, music reporter Callum Pinder has rounded up the cream of the crop of music events to show your face at this week

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Interview: Comedian Daniel Sloss talks sociopaths and stand up

Daniel Sloss’s dark humour takes centre stage in his new tour, posing the question – am I a sociopath?

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Bairstow inspires England to Old Trafford victory

It was a routine win over the West Indies.

Tony Blair (Image: Chatham House @ Flickr)

Blair calls on Manchester to march for EU

People of Manchester should “speak up now before it is too late” at the ‘Stop Brexit’ march, former Prime Minister Tony Blair tells The Mancunion

Photo: Hannah Brierley

Mental Health First Aid course now available for students

The mental health support course is initiated as Andy Burnham tells The Mancunion “support often isn’t there for people in crisis moments”