The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Daily Archives: 17th October 2017

Photo: Christa Holka

Review: How To Save The World Without Really Trying

Bourgeois & Maurice’s flamboyant neo-cabaret takes over HOME as part of Orbit 2017

Robin Sukatorn Photo: Sloe Gallery

Review: Art on Paper

Three studio spaces come together to challenge the assumed role and medium of paper

Photo: Samuel Pigott

Pork Belly Vindaloo

A brilliant fiery curry guaranteed to please even the most ardent of spice lovers!

Photo: James Johnson

Avoiding the study abroad blues

Returning from a year abroad? James Johnson talks you through falling back in love with Manchester

Photo: Matt Harvison

A Student Life: Matt Harvison, creator of the Fallowfield safety petition

After a recent surge in violent crime with students in Manchester being the prime target, Kizzy Bray meets the UoM student petitioning for the police and mayor Andy Burnham to take action for safety in Fallowfield

Photo: The Mancunion

Interview: The Strypes at Neighbourhood Festival

Jack Greeney interviews The Strypes before their show at the Neighbourhood Festival

Photo: The Mancunion

Review: Malika Booker at the Manchester Literature Festival

Poet Malika Booker talks politics at the Manchester Literature Festival

Image: University of Manchester

University launches interactive tree trail

“People have a very personal relationship with the trees that they see each day” said Urban Green Managing Director as University launches tree trail

Photo: Sharyn Morrow @ Flickr

Review: Daphni – ‘Joli Mai’

Dan Snaith aka Caribou struggles to find rhythm or rest place on perplexing second album as Daphni

Photo: Adam Belles @Flickr

Fire breaks out at university halls

The 17-storey block of flats set on fire but there have been no reported injuries

Image: Matt Davis @ Flickr

Rude bus drivers or difficult students?

The Mancunion has investigated student experience with bus drivers after a Manchester Metropolitan University student allegedly faced harassment and discrimination

Photo: Casey Reed - Penn State University @Wikimedia Commons

Collision of two neutron stars observed for the first time

It’s almost as ground-breaking as the first ever observation of gravitational waves