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Daily Archives: 9th November 2017

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Review: Super Mario Odyssey

Nintendo keep the Switch train rolling with their latest Mario blockbuster

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Review: Assassin’s Creed: Origins

The latest Assassin’s Creed game looks great, but is it more than just a pretty face?

Photo: Junkyard Golf

You and your housemates could win a trip to Junkyard Golf!

What better way to bond than over crazy golf and booze?

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Record-breaking Agüero seals City’s European qualification

Manchester City qualified for the Champions League Round of 16 with two games to spare after a 4-2 win in Naples

Photo: Sophia Macpherson

Travel story: a day in Brooklyn

Sophia Macpherson goes on an adventure in the trendiest part of The Big Apple

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Review – Call Me By Your Name

Armie Hammer stars in a beautiful adaptation of André Aciman’s novel which celebrates and meditates on homosexuality

Image: Indian Society of Manchester

The Indian Society hosts Diwali Mela 2017

ISOM hosted a Diwali Mela at the Manchester Academy, capturing the magic of the festival

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Hundreds march in protest of Balfour celebrations

As hundreds march along Oxford Road in protest, the BDS campaign have described the Balfour 100 event as “a mockery of the suffering of Palestinian people”

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Digital 16-25 railcard now available

Students can have their 16-26 Railcard on their mobile device, as well as the paper and plastic cards which can be bought online or at their local station

Photo: Rishi Pelham and Megan Purvis

The creative space: Hilda with Rishi Pelham and Megan Purvis

This month’s Creative Space winners were Rishi Pelham and Megan Purvis, University of Manchester graduates whose new film, ‘Hilda’, is soon to be set for release. Ellie Tivey chats to the pair about their “passion project” and the importance of telling it like it is

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Wise Words from the Whitworth: Paul Smith

The Whitworth welcomes renowned British designer Paul Smith for an exclusive insight into his early formative career, and now global brand

Photo: The Dealer App

A Student Life: Benjamin Mouquet

Ruth Squires talks to Benjamin Mouquet, the University of Manchester graduate helping build a better community with The Dealer App, which donates money to homeless of Manchester whilst giving it’s customers great deals for dining out in the city