The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

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The Saw Swee Hock Student Centre at LSE, where the LSE Students' Union resides. Photo: begin @Flickr.

LSE SU fails to elect General Secretary

The student body of the LSE SU have chosen to re-open nominations in the General Secretary election, marred by allegations of bullying and anti-semitism

Plans of Brunswick Park in the heart of the Corridor and the University of Manchester campus have been unveiled. Photo: The University of Manchester

University to create new park on campus

The University of Manchester will create Brunswick Park in the heart of campus to coincide with TfGM’s investment in the Oxford Road corridor

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INVESTIGATION: “Institutional racism” in Young Labour

Following allegations of institutional racism within Young Labour and Labour Students, The Mancunion investigates the claims

The defaced banner. Photo: The Mancunion

Swastika defaces Manchester Exec candidate’s banner

A candidate in the Exec elections at the University of Manchester Students’ Union has had several posters defaced and removed, including one defaced with Nazi imagery

Photo: Pangaea Festival

Pangaea, ‘poogate’, and prangs

Despite spending time in the medical tent, our Deputy Editor-in-Chief managed to enjoy the atmosphere, decoration, and costumes at Pangaea’s tenth birthday

Photo: Students for Europe

Students for Europe launches nationally and locally

The Students for Europe, a cross-party pro-EU group has been launched to galvanise students ahead of the European Referendum

The halls of residence where Human Biology and Infectious Diseases student Samantha MacDonald took her life: Eddie Coleman Court and John Lester Court, Salford, Greater Manchester. Photo: salford_ian @Flickr

Inquest records suicide at University of Salford over grades

A student at the University of Salford hid her depression and jumped to her death in her halls of residence after obtaining a 2:2 in her second year

Photo: The Mancunion

University network under sustained cyber attack

The University of Manchester and other institutions connected to the Janet network had their internet connections knocked out after sustained attack

Photo: The Mancunion

Ejections, Elections, and Rejections: Student removed from Senate

This Thursday, a University student was removed from a debate in the Students’ Union’s Senate chamber after three warnings that he was violating rules and regulations

Photo: The Office for Metropolitan Architecture

Spending Review: What does it mean for Greater Manchester?

The combined spending review and autumn statement devolves further powers and responsibilities to Greater Manchester

Photo: The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity

Name our plane SuperJosh

The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity hopes to name Thomson’s newest plane SuperJosh in honour of their namesake

Photo: davidesimonetti @Flickr

Outrage at Higher Education shakeup proposals

Students and the higher education sector have expressed concern after the government revealed a green paper, which suggests deep and wide ranging changes to the higher education sector