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Yearly Archives: 2018

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What can we expect from Kingdom Hearts 3?

The long wait for the latest instalment of Square Enix’s critically acclaimed RPG is nearly over

Photo: Petr Kratochvi @ Public Domain Pictures

Petri dish humans: breakthroughs in lab grown human tissue

Research at the University of Manchester and the University of Edinburgh have made recent breakthroughs which may alter the way we treat kidney failure and female infertility

Photo: Manchester RAG

‘Sleepout’ against homelessness to take place this March

Take action against homelessness and camp out with RAG Manchester

Photo: Elizabeth Rushton

Students to re-assert fossil fuel divestment demands

Three student campaigning groups say “enough is enough”

Photo: Stephen Cummiskey

Review: Winter Solstice

Rob Tomlinson reviews an ‘important and engrossing’ production from The Actors Touring Company

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Live Review: Don Broco

Don Broco leaves Music Editor Hannah Brierley grinning from ear to ear after the show, with an intense, adrenaline-filled performance

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0161 Festival: an interview with the founder of Manchester’s anti-fascist festival

The festival seeks to seeks to unite communities and break down cultural barriers

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B12: The vitamin we should ALL be talking about

What is B12 and where can you find it?

Photo: Len Grant

The Rusholme Sketcher

Len Grant brings life to the otherwise ordinary in ‘The Rusholme Sketcher’ Series

Photo: Caleb Roenigk @ Flickr

Citizen science project aims to unpick ‘Secrets of Happiness’

University of Manchester clinical psychologist, Dr Sara Tai, has started a new collaborative project to unpick what happiness is

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Angela Merkel: Die Überlebende (The Survivor)

How the Queen of Europe rose to her throne

Photo: Sam Cooper @ TheMancunion

University football suffers double elimination

Both the men’s and women’s first exited their respective cups