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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Photo: Heidi Klum @ Instagram

Heidi Klum’s Halloween hell raiser

Heidi Klum’s now-famous annual Halloween bash, amazing as always

Photo: Sam Cooper @ TheMancunion

University of Manchester suffer second defeat

A solitary second half goal was enough to condemn Manchester to their second successive defeat

Photo: Luciano Castillo @ Flickr

Men need an alternative to the toxic men’s rights movement

The Men’s Rights Movement make some valid points, it’s just a shame that everyone involved in it thinks such horrible things about women.

Photo: Matt Austin

Review: We Are Ian

Georgia Carney reviews We Are Ian, part of Orbit 2017

Photo: Virginia Saul

Interview: Ian Hislop & Nick Newman

Theatre Editor Sophie Graci talks to Ian Hislop and Nick Newman ahead of the opening of The Wipers Times at The Opera House

Image: BagoGames @ Flickr

Live: The ‘Honey G’ Show

Elizabeth Gibson reviews the controversial X Factor rapper’s first ever headline gig

Photo: Chuff Media

“Mixed heritage is a great asset” – Mabel at Neighbourhood Festival: Interview

Jack Greeney meets with rising R&B star Mabel McVey before her set at neighbourhood Festival to talk Manchester, play counts, image, and background

Photo: Mike Peel @ Wikimedia Commons

University of Manchester professor in ‘sexist’ twitter row

As well as tweeting about waking up next to a Students’ Union Women Officer, it appears the professor has been ‘liking’ other controversial content on Twitter

Photo: Stéphane Gueguen @ Flickr

Live: Loyle Carner

Loyle Carner returns to Manchester with his new album Yesterday’s Gone

Photo: And So I Watch You From Afar

Album: And So I Watch You From Afar – The Endless Shimmering

And So I Watch You From Afar do what they do best

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Another look at the Balfour Declaration

Lawrence Rosenberg, Associate Director of the Pinsker Centre and the former President of Manchester University JSoc, argues that people shouldn’t protest the celebration of an attempt to end Jewish persecution


Review: Aziz Ibrahim – Lahore to Longsight

Longsight born Aziz Ibrahim brings home an enticing life story of origin, identity and culture – brought together by the support of a live orchestra and an incredible collection of archived film footage of life in 1950’s Britain and India.