The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Daily Archives: 13th October 2017

Photo: Hannah Brierley

Live Review: Dua Lipa

Pop brilliance exploding with independent female empowerment, writes Deputy Music Editor Yasmin Duggal

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‘Terrified’ students rely on Facebook for safety advice

Students feel there is not enough done to protect them in and around South Manchester, an investigation by The Mancunion has revealed

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Review: Daphne

Emily Beecham shines above the rest in this neurotic indie drama

Photo: Aziz Ibrahim

Gig Preview: Upclose: Manchester Camerata & Aziz Ibrahim: Lahore to Longsight

A story of his father, torn between the cultures of his home Pakistan and inner-city Manchester

Photo: David Dixon @Geograph

Manchester Black cab drivers protest ‘illegal out of town’ drivers

Deregulation of licensing regulation has damaged the incomes of Manchester taxi drivers

Victoria Warehouse

Review: The British Sound Project

Hannah Brierley reviews British Sound Project, returning for a second time

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Playstation CEO steps down

Sony Interactive Entertainment’s CEO, Andrew House, steps down from his role at the company

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Review: FIFA 18

Does FIFA justify yet another purchase?

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Review: RUINER

Is this sadistic action shooter worth the frustration?

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In solidarity with university staff over job cuts

Stand against cruel and unnecessary staff redundancies

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West Indies in Lancashire, a home far from home

Arthur Salisbury looks back at the West Indies cricketers who made a name for themselves in Manchester’s satellite towns

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America vs. North Korea: who really misses out?

Two men and a lot of weapons of mass destruction.