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Monthly Archives: November 2017

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Review: Kaleidoscope

Toby Jones is directed by his brother in a claustrophobic, psychological thriller which impresses despite a precarious plot

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The Manchester Sleep Out with Lib Dem councillor John Leech

This years Manchester Sleep Out raised £90,000 for the homeless. Jacob Rawling talks to Lib Dem councillor John Leech about his participation in the annual event that seeks to raise money and awareness for the city’s ever growing vulnerable population

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Manchester academic wins award for climate change film

Dr Joanne Jordan of the university’s Global Development Institute was recognised for her work exploring effects of and responses to climate change in Bangladeshi slums

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Brand new women’s theatre society taking back the stage

Saira Baksh introduces us to the Women’s Theatre Society at the University of Manchester

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DSquared2’s ‘Be Nice, Be Cool’ range

Fashion brand DSquared2 have partnered up with charity ‘Be Nice, Be Cool’ to raise awareness about bullying. Maddie Rodbert reveals what you can expect from the collaboration

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Live Review: Wolf Alice

Alternative-rock band Wolf Alice return to the stage with a stunning, evocative and undeniably fearless performance exhibiting their elaborate new album, Visions of a Life

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Travel Story: Sarajevo’s tin can

Aisha Al-Janabi reveals why Bosnia is a country worth visiting

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Live Review: Weezer

Weezer still know how to put on a proper rock show

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Review: The Levenshulme Food Market

This weekly fixture is sure to become a staple of your lunch breaks

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Rugby League World Cup 2017 – group stage round-up

Three weeks into the Rugby League World Cup and the group stages are over, but which nations will be returning in the knock-out stages?

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Live Review: Father John Misty

An evening of unique insight and equal humour at the O2, as Father John Misty brings his trademark wisdom to Manchester

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ASOS try before you buy

Everyone’s go-to online retailer site ASOS have just announced their revolutionary new way to shop. Their try before you buy feature is the perfect way for students to shop without getting into debt