The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Yearly Archives: 2017

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Travel Story: Mexico City

Sophia Macpherson describes her experiences during the recent earthquake in Mexico

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Opinion: We need to talk about toilets

Dealing with the seemingly banal problems of theatre will keep it alive – so why are theatre critics being so dismissive of them? Theatre Editor Sophie Graci explores

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Review: Pizza & Prosecco Festival

Pizza and Prosecco under one roof? The simple but effective combination

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Andy Burnham to make Manchester green capital of Europe

Andy Burnham and Alex Ganotis tell The Mancunion that Manchester’s student population have “a major contribution to play” in lead-up to landmark Green Summit, which aims to move up Labour’s 2050 carbon neutrality goal by up to 20 years

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Microtransactions: the scourge of the games industry

What are they, and why should you care?

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The Ubisoft Rebrand

Ubisoft has changed its logo, but will it change its stripes?

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Review: We’re Not Really Here – A Football Opera

Does the beautiful game belong on a field or in the theatre? Jade Fox reviews We’re Not Really Here: A Football Opera

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Guess who’s back, back again

Burberry’s show at LFW was bold and beautiful, and even brought back a controversial part of the family…

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Britain needs to appreciate the contribution of its international students

After funding outrages and bogus figures, Britain’s international students deserve to have their potential acknowledged and encouraged

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Animal rights protest at London fashion week

Activitist protest the use of fur in fashion – despite none appearing in the show protested

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What I learnt from starting a literary journal

As we near Foxglove’s first birthday, Elizabeth Gibson calls on young writers to persue their dreams

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Review: Two Hundred Very Short Stories by Helen Keeling-Marston

This collection of quick reads provides an interesting commentary on the struggles of finding time for leisure reading