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The image that was allowed to be presented at the Refreshers' Fair. Photo: University of Manchester Free Speech and Secular Society

Charlie Hebdo cartoon banned from Refreshers' Fair

Outrage has been sparked on Twitter this week in light of a tweet from the University of Manchester Free Speech and Secular ...

Alexis Tsipras, Prime Minister of Greece and leader of Syriza. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Student activists learn from radical left Syriza Youth in Athens

University of Manchester Students’ Union Education Officer Harriet Pugh joined a group of activists in travelling to Greece during the fevered election ...

The main entrance of the Stopford Building, where the incident took place. Photo: The University of Manchester

Man brandishing knife arrested outside Stopford Building

A 32-year-old male was arrested outside the Stopford Building on Thursday the 29th of January at lunchtime. Police were called at 12:35pm following ...

The image that was allowed to be presented at the Refreshers' Fair. Photo: University of Manchester Free Speech and Secular Society

Charlie Hebdo cartoon banned from Refreshers' Fair

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Alexis Tsipras, Prime Minister of Greece and leader of Syriza. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Student activists learn from radical left Syriza Youth

Posted on Jan 30, 2015 2
The main entrance of the Stopford Building, where the incident took place. Photo: The University of Manchester

Man brandishing knife arrested outside Stopford Building

Posted on Jan 30, 2015 3
Doxycycline was one of the common antibiotics used in the tests. Photo: Cavutto @Flickr

Dinner conversation with 8 year old leads to cancer breakthrough

An informal chat between a Manchester cancer research scientist and his young daughter has led to the discovery that simple antibiotics could be used to treat cancer

NOVA / Starchaser 4, the largest rocket ever to take off from the UK. Photo: Mark Skeet @Flickr

Starchaser Industries – the sky is not the limit!

Steve Bennett, the CEO of Starchaser Industries, gave an interesting talk on how his company plan to be at the forefront of UK space tourism

Factory 251. Photo: Matthew Ireland.

Pickpocket arrested in Factory 251 had eight mobile phones hidden in trousers

A pickpocket has been arrested after being found in Factory with eight mobile phones hidden down his trousers

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SU presents: The Vagina Monologues

Women’s Campaign and the SU will stage the witty, outrageous play which gives voice to the female experience

The image that was allowed to be presented at the Refreshers' Fair. Photo: University of Manchester Free Speech and Secular Society

Charlie Hebdo cartoon banned from Refreshers’ Fair

The University of Manchester Students’ Union has been accused of unfair censorship for disallowing the Charlie Hebdo front cover on Students’ Union premises during the Refreshers’ fair

Alexis Tsipras, Prime Minister of Greece and leader of Syriza. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Student activists learn from radical left Syriza Youth in Athens

Union Education Officer and 20 others made the journey to Greece during the snap elections which saw socialist coalition Syriza take power in Athens

The main entrance of the Stopford Building, where the incident took place. Photo: The University of Manchester

Man brandishing knife arrested outside Stopford Building

A 32-year-old man has appeared before magistrates after being arrested and charged with possession of a bladed article outside the Stopford Building

The Mancunion refuses to be intimidated by the events in Paris.

We are Charlie Hebdo

The Mancunion’s statement on the shootings in Paris

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