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Manchester's Speech and Language society take part in The Giving Voice campaign Photo: The Speech and Language Society

Zip it and help the Giving Voice campaign

The Giving Voice campaign will help speech and language therapy services demonstrate speech and language therapists unique value to national and local decision makers

‘Breakout' a four day activity programme is planned in the week beginning 6th April. Photo: Student Action

Student Action: Breakout

Student Action are running ‘Breakout’; a four day activity programme in the week beginning the 6th of April during the Easter holidays with disadvantaged children aged 8 to 10 from a local school

Save the Children are looking for more volunteers Photo: UoM Save the Children.

Save the Children

University of Manchester Save the Children organise fundraising events to raise awareness and support for the national charities work in over 120 countries are looking for more volunteers

Photo - Stevie Wonderland

Preview: Stevie Wonderland to host the first ever roller disco in Academy one

Stevie Wonderland’s second birthday is to be celebrated by hosting the first ever roller disco in Academy 1’s history, starring Parisian DJ Breakbot.

The All Student Vote 'Peace through Education' has been reopened. Voting is open until Friday 12th of December. Photo: Students' Union

Student vote on renewed link with Al-Najah University reopens

The All Student Vote ‘Peace through Education’ has reopened. It proposes to renew links with Al-Najah University and to provide an annual scholarship for a student from there.

The Manchester Campaigns Bazaar showcased groups from across Manchester. Photo: Mule

Manchester Campaigns Bazaar: ‘Local Activism in the Age of Austerity’

The Manchester Campaigns Bazaar showcased the wide variety of campaign and community groups across Manchester. A panel debate at the event discussed ‘What’s Left? Local Activism in the Age of Austerity’

Support for disabled students in Higher Education Institutions comes under scrutiny. Photo: Chris Beckett @Flickr

Disability support at University comes under scrutiny

After decisions were made last week to postpone reforms to the Disability Support Allowance, we scrutinise the support available for disabled students at university

An LGBT choir staged a mass sing-along on Manchester's Metrolink in solidarity with victims of a homophobic attack. Photo: Heartlover1717 @Flickr

LGBT Choir stand united in the face of homophobic attacks

MGLC stood in solidarity with victims of a homophobic attack in a mass sing-along on the city’s Metrolink

Photo: Students' Union

Student Action Manchester: Christmas shoebox appeal

Student Action Manchester launch their Christmas shoebox appeal

A man has been jailed for a 'crash for cash' scam involving a No. 42 bus and a Mercedes. Photo: eastleighbusman @Flickr

Bus inspector jailed over ‘crash for cash’ scam

A bus inspector from Longsight is jailed over a ‘crash for cash’ scam which saw a number 42 bus in Rusholme smash into his friend’s Mercedes

Three Leeds students' campaign against Victoria's Secret's 'Perfect Body' advertisement has gone global. Steve Rhodes @Flickr

Students campaign against Victoria’s Secret’s ‘Perfect Body’ goes global.

Three University of Leeds students have created a social media firestorm after starting a petition under the hashtag #iamperfect against Victoria’s Secret’s new ‘Perfect Body’ advertising campaign

The old poster in the Kilburn building with GMP's new 'anti-rape' poster. Photo: Jess Lishak

‘Keep your assets out of sight’ poster causes controversy

A Greater Manchester Police anti-theft poster on campus since 2007 has caused controversy due to complaints that it perpetuates ‘victim-blaming’ attitudes