The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Daily Archives: 16th February 2018

Image: Cameron Broome

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

Image: UoM Christians Union

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

Photo: UMSU

Review: The Vagina Monologues 2018

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

Photo: Steve Ullathorne

Review: Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

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

Photo: sik-life @ Pixabay

The rise of the audiobook

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


Review: Phantom Thread

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

Photo: Anokhi Shah

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

Photo: Alice Berkeley

Live review: Inheaven

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

Photo: Angela Latchkey

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

Photo: Jenn Five

Live Review: Highly Suspect

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


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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K-pop in crisis: a controlling, corporate culture

Beneath a happy, energetic K-Pop exterior lies a draconian, corporate underworld