The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Jenny Sterne

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Impact Journalism Day

The Mancunion has joined 20 newspapers, from across the US, UK, Europe, and Asia, to highlight student-led initiatives making an impact across the world

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Nominations open for the Celebrate Week awards

If you know someone who has done amazing things within a Student Union society or as part of a campaign there is still time to nominate them for an award

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Venture further winner and runner up encourage students to enter competition

Leopoldo Rodríguez and Unéné Gregory, previous winner and runner-up the Manchester Enterprise Centre’s Venture Further competition speak about their experience of the competition and encourage students to enter

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George Galloway standing in Manchester Gorton by-election

George Galloway has announced he plans to stand in the upcoming Manchester Gorton by-election, calling Labour’s shortlist “not good enough for the people of Gorton”

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Review: Battle of the Gins

This was an election like no other. Long live the ‘gin-eral election’

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Exec Elections 2017: Your Candidates

Voting opened today for this year’s Exec elections at the University of Manchester’s Students’ Union, find out who you can vote for here

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The Refuge Sunday lunch

The Refuge Sunday lunch is the best alternative to a home-cooked Sunday lunch writes Jenny

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2,500 attend Reclaim the Night

We spoke with some of the 2,500 students and Manchester residents who took to the streets to protest sexual violence, harassment and victim blaming, to ask why they believed it was so important

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Exec elections: Low candidate turnout

48 students have put themselves forward in this year’s Exec elections, significantly lower than the 105 that stood last year

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Women in Media Conference 2017

With this year’s conference weeks away, we discuss why events such as this are important in ensuring aspiring female journalists and media professionals have the tools to succeed in a cut-throat industry

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Interview: Ilyas Nagdee – Diversity Officer

We talked to Diversity Officer Ilyas about if the NUS can continue in its current form, representation of Jewish students, and how intensive his role has turned out to be

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Interview: Tamara O’Neill – Activities and Development Officer

Tamara O’Neill sat down to talk about Pangaea’s future, societies’ new way to secure funding, and the Union’s relationship with student media