The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Elliott Mills

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The half-empty promise of Dry January

Elliott Mills takes a stern look into the pint glass with a precise analysis of the merits, difficulties, and confusions of Dry January

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The forging of Tony Blair

Elliott Mills ponders whether Tony Blair deserves a second chance in UK politics

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No end to Anthony Burgess

Elliot Mills argues the case for a place in the literary heritage of Manchester for Anthony Burgess, a man often left out of the narrative

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War on drugs: Fabric reopens the debate

With new rules put in place, Fabric is due to reopen, and with it the age-long debate on drugs is back

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Conspiracy theories take centre stage

Elliot Mills exposes the ridiculous arguments of today’s ‘conspiracy theorists’, of whom many helped Donald Trump win the Presidency

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Interview: Iglooghost

The Mancunion speaks to the enigmatic electronic producer Iglooghost

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Where do our course fees go?

Equal fees and unequal funding disfavours humanities students writes Elliot Mills

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War on Drugs: Fabric Unravelled

Good riddance to the sordid halls of Fabric, hello pre-1960’s Britain

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The Student Survey misses the point

Elliott Mills examines what the questionnaire tells us about university life

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Screen Theory

Elliott Mills takes a characteristically flippant look at the Alan Gilbert Learning Common’s newest, and most prominent, feature

Cultural Appropriation

The Cultural Appropriation Game

With issues of cultural appropriation surrounding this year’s Pangaea, Elliott Mills takes a humorous look at the controversy