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Monthly Archives: February 2018

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Students to be compensated for water disruption

Sanctuary Students have yet to say how much compensation students will receive for the disruption to their water supplies

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Free events offer students chance to learn about Christianity

A diverse range of fun events are taking place across the week which hope to help students engage with Jesus Christ and Christianity

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Review: The Vagina Monologues 2018

Anuli Changa finds empowerment and diversity in the University of Manchester’s production of the 1996 play

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Review: Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

Anuli Changa finds joy in the spontaneity of a show that changes every night

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The rise of the audiobook

Books have never sounded better, and they’re here to stay

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Review: Phantom Thread

Sharon Lim has high praise for this post-war lovers’ tale

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Review: Inferno Cocktail Bar and Restaurant (The Ram reborn)

Ever wondered what the Ram turned into? Filled with intrigue, I ventured out on a Monday evening to see what it had to offer

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Live review: Inheaven

Inheaven bring both smooth melodies and violent mosh pits to Deaf Institute

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Creativity and student life: through the eyes of an artist

Angela Latchkey details the struggles she had as a creative within the student atmosphere and how it has helped her art today

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Live Review: Highly Suspect

Jack Greeney reviews Grammy nominated rock band Highly Suspect on their European tour

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Gender pay gap among Uber drivers

Drivers’ experience on the platform, preferences of where and when to work, and driving speed account for difference in pay

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Mousa Dembélé – Spurs’ Midfield General

Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen often grab the headlines, but is the Spurs midfielder underappreciated?