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Daily Archives: 13th November 2017

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What’s On for Literature Lovers: November

A few events around Manchester for literature lovers, this November

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Banning online communities of misogynists is a good thing, here’s why

Sam Glover talks to members of the recently banned ‘Incel’ group, and argues that banning the community is the right move

Christmas Markets (Image: David Dixon @ Geograph)

Manchester Christmas markets open

The countdown to Christmas is on as Manchester opens its famous Christmas markets

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Manchester University accused of unprofessionalism and censorship

Majid Ahmed has been left scared for his future after being threatened with disciplinary action after taking his PhD tuition fee case public.

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Where Brian Cox has failed

Anti-vaxxers, climate change deniers, evolution skeptics: the way we deal with alternative facts is disconnected and impractical

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Rutherford centenary marked with new exhibition

Visitors of the university’s new heritage tour will be the first to see inside the private research rooms of the “father of nuclear physics”, 100 years after the splitting of the atom

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The Human Library: ‘an inclusive world’ with founder Ronni Abergel

Kizzy Bray and Raine Beckford talk to Ronni Abergel, the founder of The Human Library to discuss the organisations collaboration with Heineken, challenging prejudices and the importance of conversation to stop violence

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Money saving app CityMunch Launches in Manchester

London-based start-up CityMunch has launched in Manchester, offering “real time” deals benefitting both independent restaurants and customers

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Review: Federal

Two experiences of Manchester’s coolest brunch bar

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Live: Tash Sultana

Tash leaves a lasting effect on her audience

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On the trail to wellbeing

James Johnson walks through the benefits of a walk in the wild

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Review: Wolfenstein II: The New Colussus

The games industry doubles up on the nazi theme this week, but we’re not complaining #NoMoreNazis