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Anthony Organ

Historian Michael Wood will become Professor of Public History at the University in September. Photo: The University of Manchester

Manchester’s got Wood: University hires TV historian

World renowned historian, Michael Wood, has made over a hundred documentaries and will teach at The University of Manchester from September

An artist's impression of the National Graphene Institute. Photo: The University of Manchester

£23 million graphene funding boost

The European funding will be used alongside UK money to build the £61 million National Graphene Institute

The Oxford Road site now offers car parking from £2. Photo: Anthony Organ

Iconic BBC site now a car park

The Oxford Road site formerly occupied by the BBC New Broadcasting House now offers car parking for £2

Tom Connell stopped racing to rescue a woman from this overturned, petrol-leaking car. Photo: Tom Connell

Bogle runner misses out on record after ‘heroic’ car crash rescue

“Hero” Bogle runner sacrifices lead in 55-mile race to rescue woman from car crash

Manchester University is ranked 47th in the world

Manchester ranked in top 50 world institutions

The Times Higher Education Reputation Rankings ranks Manchester 47th in the world

One of the glass "fins" shattered on Thursday. Photo: Anthony Organ

More shattered glass at ‘Calamity Commons’

Building’s troubles continue as exterior glass “fin” shatters unexpectedly and the surrounding area is cordoned off

Prof Parker's suspension by MMU was protested worldwide. Photo: Ian Parker

‘I am not the only member of staff who has been under attack at MMU,’ says Parker

Internationally renowned Professor says ‘sorry’ to sudents in open letter after quitting MMU following ‘bullying and harassment’

Banjo Kazooie

Anthony Organ looks at the N64 classic Banjo Kazooie

Members of The University of Manchester's Indian Society celebrate Diwali. Photo: Danish Chakarwarty

David Cameron ‘insulting’ Indian students

The Prime Minister has met with criticism following his attempts to attract more Indian students to the UK

Prof Parker's suspension by MMU was protested worldwide. Photo: Ian Parker

Prof Parker: Relieved to escape MMU’s ‘bullying and harassment’

Professor Ian Parker speaks to The Mancunion following his resignation from MMU

MMU suspended Professor Parker in October on charges of "gross professional misconduct”. Photo: Joe Sandler Clarke

MMU Prof resigns in protest

Professor Ian Parker has resigned and his students claim they have not been offered any alternative supervision

Tony Lloyd won greater Manchester's first ever PCC elections.

PCC: Clegg and Cameron ‘dunces of the year’

Tony Lloyd, Greater Manchester’s new Police and Crime Commissioner blames the government for November’s embarrassing elections