Andy van den Bent-Kelly sat down with the Professor of Natural History to discuss all things prehistoric
Student life has changed drastically over the years—does this reflect students’ interest in politics?
Haider Saleem takes a look at what the Exec have planned for the Union during their year in office.
2011 brought us a comedy-drama focusing on a group of people entering their first year of university. But how close does Fresh Meat play to the true student experience?
Aussie comic Jim Jefferies talks about settling down, his TV show getting cancelled and getting punched at the Comedy Store
Apply to be section editor at The Mancunion. New application deadline – June 8th
Volunteers for Manchester’s student-run listening service tell The Mancunion why they joined
Hugo Clay interviews Mark Davies, author of Saving My Arse: A story of cancers, colons and singapore noodles
The Mancunion talks to i editor Oliver Duff on the future of journalism, being ‘a crap gossip columnist’ and how politicians can engage students
Haider Saleem catches up with BBC World Service journalist Jon Sopel on the difficulties of covering war zones
Sam Dumitriu speaks to polymath Raymond Tallis about assisted dying, consciousness and ‘Darwinitis’
Chatri Boonchareon looks at the advice for students needing to defend themselves on the street