The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Daily Archives: 30th October 2017

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Gucci Goes Fur Free

Esmee Samsworth weighs in on Gucci’s recent announcement that they will no longer be using fur in their clothes

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Review: Middle-Earth: Shadow of War

You shall not pass on the latest Middle-Earth experience

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Rowing Club takes gold at home

Manchester University Boat Club starts the year with Gold at Agecroft Head in Salford

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Live: Little Mix

An ardent fan and an unacclimated neutral review Little Mix’s Manchester show

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Live Review: Train

Amy Nguyen reviews naughties pop legends Train’s live show at the Apollo: Anything but a Trainwreck

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Live Review: Liv Dawson

Hannah Brierley reviews up-and-coming Liv Dawson’s appearance at Fallowfield’s Fallow

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Meet Fred from First Dates and try some exciting new food concepts

Brand new BBC Two restaurant series hosted by Fred Sirieix will be taking place in Manchester and is looking for diners!

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Embrace Turmeric – the Queen of spices

Not only does turmeric give curries a beautiful yellow hue, the nutritional benefits are endless.

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Universal Credit – the flagship Tory welfare timebomb that students need to get clued up on

Final year students need to look now at their circumstances and understand what hardship could lie in wait for them if the Tories don’t halt and fix this cruelly designed replacement of Jobseekers Allowance.

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Preview: Rugby League World Cup 2017

With co-host nation Australia playing England on Friday, Jamie McEvoy briefs us ahead of this year’s World Cup down under in Oceania

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Interview: Pale Waves

Heather Baron-Gracie of budding pop band Pale Waves talks to Alice Berkeley about her aspirations and love for Manchester

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Live: Beth Ditto

Performing tracks from her debut solo album, Fake Sugar, Beth Ditto stole the show with grit and Southern charm