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Daily Archives: 8th February 2018

Andrew Simcock and Fatima Shahid (Image: Fedo PR, Manchester)

Manchester to unveil Emmeline Pankhurst statue in 2018

The statue will be unveiled in 2018, 100 years since some women first got the vote

The University of Manchester Students Union (Image: Vita Student @ Flickr)

February Senate: liveblog

The Mancunion reports live on the forth Students’ Union Senate of the academic year

Photo: Tradlands @ Flickr

Dare to bare?

The rise of no-makeup and its celebrity advocation is discussed by contributor Shannon Winterbone

Photo: Sam Cooper @ TheMancunion

UoM comeback seals derby win

MMU had a promising start but nothing could stop the home side from powering through to victory

Photo: Jake Oliver @ The Mancunion

Live review: Anteros

Bittersweet dreampop foursome Anteros grace the tiny stage of Jimmy’s for a night full of energy

Photo: Justin Timberlake

Review: Justin Timberlake Super Bowl 2018

A disappointing third appearance at this grandest of pop stages

Photo: screenshot from oliver.437 @ Instagram

Live Review: Gus Dapperton

After a last-minute venue change, the 20 year-old from Warwick, NY, brought his dreamy vibes from across the pond to Gorilla

Image: Duncan Hall @ Flickr

Many students receive ‘paltry returns’ for their studies 

UoM spokesperson said “we have an enviable reputation of producing excellent graduates that are targeted by leading employers in the UK and worldwide”

Photo: .S @flickr

Body Dysmorphia and the fashion industry

Jennifer Knowles explores the issue of Body dysmorphia and its effect on adolescents

Photo Credit: Flickr @ EventPhotosNYC

Fashion profile of the week: Ashley Graham

A dedicated body activist working to inspire body confidence in women

Source: Variety

Review: Den of Thieves

Bank robbers, corrupt cops, and atrocious writing come together to be more boring than staring at the dirty wall behind the cinema urinal

Photo: Ben Sutherland @ Wikimedia Commons

Trans-Tasman Twenty20 Tri-Series triumph for Australia

Australia 5 for 161 (Maxwell 103*, Short 30, Willey 3-28) beat England 9 for 155 (Malan 50, Maxwell 3-10, Agar 2-15) by 5 wickets