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The plans, which involved the demolition of the pictured Owens Park Tower will result in 3000 new rooms in Fallowfield. Photo: N Bojdo

UAE set to invest in Fallowfield redevelopment

The University of Manchester has announced a partnership with the United Arab Emirate's Mubadala Development Company in the redevelopment of the Fallowfield ...

The All Student Vote 'Peace through Education' has been reopened. Voting is open until Friday 12th of December. Photo: Students' Union

Student vote on renewed link with Al-Najah University reopens

Voting has opened for the December All Student Vote. Students can vote to decide policies of the Students’ Union. Students can vote on ...

Photo: jza84 @Flickr

27-year-old arrested on suspicion of Fallowfield rape

A 27-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the rape of a female student on the 5th of December. The victim was ...

The plans, which involved the demolition of the pictured Owens Park Tower will result in 3000 new rooms in Fallowfield. Photo: N Bojdo

UAE set to invest in Fallowfield redevelopment

Posted on Dec 19, 2014 1
The All Student Vote 'Peace through Education' has been reopened. Voting is open until Friday 12th of December. Photo: Students' Union

Student vote on renewed link with Al-Najah University

Posted on Dec 10, 2014 2
Photo: jza84 @Flickr

27-year-old arrested on suspicion of Fallowfield rape

Posted on Dec 9, 2014 3
Photo: Keith Ivey @Flickr

Results of NUS delegates elections revealed

Delegate election results reveal which students will go to a range of National Conferences to speak and vote on behalf of students at Manchester

The homeless and hungry need help. Photo: popclick @Flickr

Two thirds of students go hungry, but the battle against hunger is so much bigger

New research says that 1.7 million students prioritise bills over food, and in Manchester this Christmas, the fight against poverty and hunger is widespread and needs your help

The plans, which involved the demolition of the pictured Owens Park Tower will result in 3000 new rooms in Fallowfield. Photo: N Bojdo

UAE set to invest in Fallowfield redevelopment

Mubadala, the Abu Dhabi-based and government-owned investment company, has announced it will invest around £175 million in the redevelopment of the Fallowfield campus to create a 3000-room student village.

Photo@ kyle rw @Flickr

The Students’ Union will become a Living Wage Accredited employer

Manchester Students’ Union has become a Living Wage Accredited employer. Campaigners continue to urge the University of Manchester to follow the same example

Photo: PFTP@Facebook

Pangaea teams up with Party For The People to help fund Meningitis Research

Non-profit organisation Party For The People will be selling Pangaea tickets to raise money for Meningitis Research and Nightline

The All Student Vote 'Peace through Education' has been reopened. Voting is open until Friday 12th of December. Photo: Students' Union

Student vote on renewed link with Al-Najah University reopens

The All Student Vote ‘Peace through Education’ has reopened. It proposes to renew links with Al-Najah University and to provide an annual scholarship for a student from there.

Photo: jza84 @Flickr

27-year-old arrested on suspicion of Fallowfield rape

A man is being held in custody in connection with the rape of a 22-year-old student on Ladybarn Lane on the 5th of December

Patrols have been increased in the Fallowfield area since the rape of a 19-year-old student. Photo: Ingy the Wingy @Flickr

Students petition for more police patrols in Fallowfield

Students “find it ridiculous that MPs will be debating ‘loud student parties’ in parliament this week, whilst next to nothing is being done to protect women that are being raped”.

A still from a video taken at the initial protest broken up by the police, showing a police officer using CS spray against a student. Photo: Screengrab (Channel 4 News)

University of Manchester shows solidarity with Warwick Free Education Protestors

On Wednesday the 3rd of December West Midlands police violently broke up a peaceful free education sit-in by Warwick students using force and CS spray. Warwick Students’ Union has responded with a move of solidarity organising further protests against the alleged police brutality, now supported by Manchester’s Students’ Union.

Rachael Melhuish, Chair of Cardiff Women's Association speaking at the AGM. Photo@Facebook

Cardiff University vote against being officially pro-choice

A motion which would make Cardiff University officially pro-choice has been defeated in an annual meeting

Photo: IngytheWingy @Flickr

GMP investigating another rape in Fallowfield

A 22-year-old was raped as she walked home from a friend’s house around 11:30pm on Friday the 5th of December

The university has one of the best collections of Middle Eastern manuscripts in the country. Photo: raver_mikey @Flickr

Poor entry figures lead to pulling of Middle Eastern languages courses

Current students of Hebrew, Persian and Turkish will not be affected but no new students will be admitted to the course