Peter Tatchell, the human rights campaigner, spoke to The Mancunion ahead of his General Election event on the 30th of April
Dame Esther Rantzen, TV presenter and founder of the charity ChildLine, speaks to News Editor Lauren Gorton about her new charity The Silver Line, protecting the older generation and Gogglebox
Andy van den Bent-Kelly chats to the popular science writer about his forthcoming talk, the wonderful world of maths and the role of the modern-day science communicator
Gemma Sowerby meets two second year MBS students building a successful global business focused on charity and transparency
The University of Manchester has received grants for fracking research totalling £657000. Following a leaked letter revealing government intentions to use academics to sway public opinion, The Mancunion has found evidence to suggest such grants are now being awarded to universities situated in contested fracking areas
Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell was asked whether it is right that Vice-Chancellors earn on average £260k at a time when increasing numbers of students are relying on food banks.
Votes in the Student’s Union elections may be cast until Thursday the 12th at 3pm. Go to MyManchester and click ‘Vote Now’. More information about all candidates can be found on the Students’ Union website
Amiel Cohen considers from a Western perspective the role and representation of the veil in both Western and Muslim countries and cultures
Andy van den Bent-Kelly attended the launch event of the new Academy IPA in the Union Bar and spoke to a brewery representative about the inspiration behind the ale
Is it possible to become smarter, more focused and alert for a few hours from just taking a pill? Modafinil is just one of many study drugs that has been associated with these effects. But can it be beneficial to student life?
Schizophrenia has been described as one of the most misunderstood disorders. In ‘Reassembling the Self’, Susan Aldworth looks to diminish the stigma that schizophrenia has and to depict perceptions and experiences of it through art
TTIP has been described as one of the most controversial legislations that the European Commission has tried to bring about, yet it is not as well known as would be expected. Roberta Rofman talks to Natasha Brooks about her thoughts on TTIP, her campaign in Brussels and US politics