The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Kirstie O'Mahony

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Take away review: Pearl City Cantonese

If you want to switch up your post-boogy take away, this is the restaurant for you

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Activities Officer admits Pangaea does not cater for whole student body

She also thinks that many reasons could factor into its recently revealed financial losses

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EXCLUSIVE: The Mancunion visits Manchester’s animal research facility

Editor-in-Chief Kirstie O’Mahony is the first ever journalist to see the facility up close and personal

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REVEALED: Pangaea loses shocking £120,000 in 18 months

Student-run music festival faces possible cancellation after eye-watering overspending

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Review: Group Thereapy comedy showcase

Editor-in-Chief Kirstie O’Mahony felt a complete fool for her trepidation before this show, as it turned out to be one of the best she’d ever seen

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University staff pension fallout could lead to nation-wide strike

A dispute over pensions could lead to Russell Group University lecturers striking for a whole week in February

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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

Christmas-time can only mean one thing: delicious seasonal menus

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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?