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Carl Cox on stage at the Albert Hall. Photo: Jack Kirwin

Club: Transmission presents Carl Cox & Eats Everything

Carl Cox smashed it at the Albert Hall

Editor-in-chief Aidan Gregory talks to Nancy Rothwell in her office. Photo: The Mancunion

Exclusive: President and Vice-Chancellor Rothwell defends her salary and flight expenses

Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell was asked whether it is right that Vice-Chancellors earn on average £260k at a time when increasing numbers of students are relying on food banks.

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Students’ Union elections smash turnout records

Over one in four students have now voted in the sabbatical elections, smashing both national and university records

The plans involve extending both the North and South wings. Photo: University of Manchester Students' Union

Students’ Union to undergo £6 million refurbishment

The project will involve expanding both the North and South wings of the building, and upgrading the building’s utilities

The cast of the production. Photo: Jess Lishak

Vagina monologues production raises over £1200 for women’s charities

The Students’ Union’s production of the Vagina Monologues was a sellout success

The demonstration held outside University Place. Photo: Ellen McLaughlin

Fossil Free Campaign demonstrate for divestment

The campaigners are calling on the University to “divest from the fossil fuel industry and shift funds to lower risk, ethical investments within 5 years.”

The Deepwater Horizon crisis that occured in 2010, which cost the university £2.28 million. Photo: ideum @Flickr

University of Manchester invests almost £40 million in fossil fuels

Research by the Manchester Fossil Free Campaign has found that the university’s shares in oil companies total £9.5 million. A further £29.5 million is invested in fossil fuels through pension funds

Revellers soak up the vibe in Academy One. Photo: Pangaea Festival

Review: Pangaea Space Odyssey

Editor-in-chief Aidan Gregory thought that Pangaea Space Odyssey was out of this world

Move D played an excellent set in Spektrum. Photo: Merlijn Hoek @Flickr

Club: Music is Love presents Kerri Chandler and Move D

Editor-in-chief Aidan Gregory saw out 2014 in typical Sankeys style

"For me to write about something, I have to start with something that pisses me off, and use comedy to turn it into a positive emotion." Photo: Daliso Chaponda

Interview: Daliso Chaponda

Editor-in-chief Aidan Gregory talks to Malawian comedian Daliso Chaponda about racism, colonialism, and being politically correct

Photo: Ingy the Wingy @Flickr

Students petition for more police patrols in Fallowfield

Students “find it ridiculous that MPs will be debating ‘loud student parties’ in parliament this week, whilst next to nothing is being done to protect women that are being raped”.

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NUS voting deadline extended after candidates cry foul play

The voting deadline was extended, after the Education Officer of UMSU was accused of using her position to influence the outcome of the vote.