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Ignored Histories: Empire in Education with Anindita Ghosh

Our education system woefully ignores our imperial history, leaving it noticeably absent from our lower school curriculum. This week, I spoke to Dr ...

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An uncertain future: the student-led charity projects that need your help

Something rewarding and worthwhile to get involved in whilst at university is charity work. Lots of people do it, it looks good ...

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A Student Life: Jonah Ogbuneke

Homelessness in Manchester is not a new phenomenon. Increasing numbers of people are finding themselves on the streets and with fewer options ...

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Ignored Histories: Empire in Education with Anindita Ghosh

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An uncertain future: the student-led charity projects that

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A Student Life: Jonah Ogbuneke

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Ignored Histories: Empire in Education with Anindita Ghosh

As we continue our theme of black history month, this week Ellie Tivey talks to UoM senior lecturer Anindita Ghosh to discuss why history classrooms around the country are severely lacking in education on colonialism and how this is affecting our understandings of the world

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An uncertain future: the student-led charity projects that need your help

With a lack of volunteers, student-led projects at the University of Manchester helping adults with learning disabilities have an uncertain future. Kizzy Bray talks to three volunteers about what potential volunteers need to know and how to get involved

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A Student Life: Jonah Ogbuneke

This chemical engineer has one priority other than his final exams, and that’s to tackle homelessness

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Harlem Spartans: An Exclusive

The UK music scene is amid a modern renaissance. The successes have come thick and fast and they show no sign of letting up. From Stormzy’s…

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A Student Life: David Jacob, co-author of ‘Uni Lifehacks’

David Jacob owns two companies and has recently had his first book ‘Uni Lifehacks’ published. Kizzy Bray talks to the UoM third year at the very start of his newfound career to find out how his new release was made possible

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Meet the committee: African Caribbean Society

Ahead of Black History Month, Deputy Features Editor Raine Beckford chats to the committee of the African Caribbean Society about their hopes for the coming weeks

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The creative space: Subterranean Thoughts with Tom Roberts

September creative space winner Tom Roberts, working on the new film ‘Subterranean Thoughts’ talks to Ellie Tivey about creating “micro-budget” films, university experience and breaking into the industry

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A Student Life: Matthew Freestone

Raine Beckford chats to Matthew Freestone, founder of the Fallowfield Students Group, about Manchester, marketing and making connections

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What’s the future of Pangaea? An interview with Kitty Bartlett

With the new building works in the SU this years organisers of the beloved Pangaea Festival at the University of Manchester are finding creative ways to keep the night going, hopefully for years to come

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Interview: YolanDa Brown, the UK’s leading Saxophonist

Two-time MOBO winner for ‘Best Jazz Artist’ YolanDa Brown takes the time to chat to Kizzy Bray about her new album, tour and how her double life as a musician and business student at uni made her passion into a success story

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A very Normal interview

BAFTA award winning screenwriter, poet, comedian and co-founder of Baby Cow Productions, Henry Normal sits down to chat with Raine Beckford about the launch of his new book

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Freshers abroad: what to expect from your next big adventure

As freshers descend onto Manchester once more, Kizzy talks to three third year University of Manchester students who are starting their new lives on their year abroad, discussing what freshers is like across the pond