The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Daily Archives: 25th January 2018

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University staff to strike over pensions

The University of Manchester is amongst 61 UK Universities to be hit in February

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What to expect from the games industry in 2018

The Mancunion’s guide to the coming year in the industry


In conversation with HOME’s film programming team

“I don’t think cinemas should only be there to provide entertainment. They also need to educate, enlighten, provoke, stimulate.”

Camila Cabello

Album Review: Camila – Camila Cabello

Cabello sounds comfortable in herself and more than capable of going alone

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Manchester student wins nationwide triathlon scholarship

Laura Rose Smith spoke with Head Sports Editor Sam Cooper about her success and hopes to increase the popularity of the sport at UoM.

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Exec Officer applications open

If you want to see change at the Students’ Union then apply to be an exec officer now!

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Interview: Superorganism

This 8 piece indie-pop band from all over the world are here to give you music which is both fun and playful, but also broken and dystopian

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It’s app-ening: five apps to keep you studying

Get back on track with your studies with the help of these smartphone apps

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Review: Sapporo Teppanyaki

Charlie Baskerville heads down to Sapporo Teppanyaki to, well known for it’s theatrical dining experience


Work experience bursaries available to students

Students can apply for bursaries to help finance work experience placement costs

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Proton beam cancer treatment to start in Manchester

The Christie Hospital in Manchester is to open the first high-energy proton beam cancer treatment centre run by the NHS

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Review: Group Thereapy comedy showcase

Editor-in-Chief Kirstie O’Mahony felt a complete fool for her trepidation before this show, as it turned out to be one of the best she’d ever seen