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How beneficial can study drugs be to your education?

University pressure and workload can get a bit too much sometimes so the existence of certain aides that make those pressures and ...

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Interview: Sir Gerald Kaufman MP

Despite being 84, Gerald Kaufman is still as sharp as he’s ever been after 44 years in the House of Commons. The ...

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Sympathising with domestic violence victims who attack their abusers

Domestic violence is a topic which almost everybody has been made aware of in their lifetime. As a student of the social ...

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How beneficial can study drugs be to your

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Interview: Sir Gerald Kaufman MP

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Sympathising with domestic violence victims who attack their

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Interview: Owen Jones

Helen Chapman and Marcus Johns meet up with the incomparabale Owen Jones for a cup of tea and a chat about his new book, Russell Brand and the next general election

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How beneficial can study drugs be to your education?

Increased attention has been given to discussion about study drugs and the debate on whether or not to do study drugs is yet to be put to rest. So, can they be beneficial to your university degree?

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Interview: Sir Gerald Kaufman MP

Stalwart of the House of Commons Sir Gerald Kaufman MP has sat in the House since 1970 as MP for Ardwick and later for Gorton. Charlie Spargo met with him to discuss Palestine, education and Tony Benn

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Sympathising with domestic violence victims who attack their abusers

Wellbeing Week has brought to light domestic abuse and how we should approach it. Abbie Piazza explores cases where domestic violence victims attack their abusers and their impact.

Dave Haslam (left) and Dr Ashley Burgoyne (right). Photo: Museum of Science and Industry

#HookedOnMusic – Manchester Science Festival 2014

Andy van den Bent-Kelly headed over to the Museum of Science and Industry to attend an interesting talk about why certain songs are catchy as part of this year’s Science Festival

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“The Future is Fracking. Discuss” – Manchester Science Festival 2014

Andy van den Bent-Kelly headed over to the Museum of Science and Industry to attend a lively debate about fracking as part of this year’s Science Festival

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TedX

Morris Seifert and Nicole Tamer were blown away by the variety of stimulating talks at the recent TEDxSalford, with presentations from the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner and a man known as ‘Mister Toilet’

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What Black History Month Means to Me

At the university, it’s Black History Month every October. A few students were asked what Black History Month meant to them

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Interview: Andy Zaltzman

The Satirist for Hire took a break from his nationwide tour to talk to The Mancunion’s Liam Kelly

The cost of literary success? A £7.99 edition of 50 Shades of Grey'. Photo: Andreas Harding @Flickr

Poverty as bleak as our threatened literary outlook.

Joe Evans discusses poverty and other essentials for the modern writer

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Female Student Defence at the university

Self defence is an important skill to have, particularly at university. The University of Manchester has recognised such a necessity and has actively sought to improve self defence among students

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Things you didn’t know about Fallowfield

Fallowfield, the student of of Manchester has been met with many stories over the years, but some that have never seen the light of day yet.