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Kirstie O'Mahony

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Do you think you’re a Star Wars superfan?

Prove yourself in a quiz you will

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Review: Northern Soul’s Xmas menu

It’s that time of year when all the food vendors in the land jump on the festive bandwagon and release a Christmas range of goods….

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Interview: Alex Tayler

Alex Tayler answers our questions on the SU’s refurbishment, the recent All Students Vote, and local student Facebook groups

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January 2018 Pangaea has been cancelled

Pangaea will not run in January – but do students care?

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Misleading options in exec officer ‘preferendum’

People have hinted that the vote may also reopen, but a decision has not yet been made

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You and your housemates could win a trip to Junkyard Golf!

What better way to bond than over crazy golf and booze?

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1.5 per cent turnout in All Student Vote on Exec Officer roles

Many students were unaware the vote was happening and were also confused by the options

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The new MASH Mobile

Editor-in-Chief Kirstie O’Mahony talks to the women at MASH who make the streets a safe and welcoming place for sex workers in Manchester

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Last chance to stand in the student officer elections

Voting opens on the 24th October

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George Osborne makes a quiet first trip to Manchester

Mr Osborne’s first lecture was a thing of secrecy until a video of himself was posted immediately afterwards

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Role Referendum: Exec-ly who should represent students?

A motion was passed at Senate to hold a referendum on the roles of the Union’s sabbatical officers, which could lead to some roles being combined or even completely dropped

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First Senate session of the academic year – live updates

The Mancunion will be giving you live updates of motions debated and passed in Senate