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Coursera staff celebrate online education PHOTO: Coursera

The free online education revolution

Massive Open Online Courses are widening access, but some doubt they can match the student experience

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The Mancunion 2012-2013: Highlights

A reminder of what we delivered in 2012-2013.

A photograph taken from Peter Chinnock's fantastic series entitled 'Project 365'

Peter Chinnock – Project 365

A selection of photographs from next year’s Photography Editor, Peter Chinnock

Competition Hard Rock cafe

Win Tickets to see Kodaline live!

Win tickets to see Kodaline at the Hard Rock Cafe in Manchester, in association with Hard Rock Cafe and Absolute Radio

Vote YES for a PAID EDITOR

Vote YES for a PAID EDITOR at The Mancunion on your Student Portal now. VOTING CLOSES FRIDAY MAY 17th

Web Developers wanted for 2013/14

The Mancunion is looking for a new web team for 2013/14. Application deadline: 12th June

Fleet Street Fox

‘We don’t like phone hackers either’

The Fleet Street Fox, aka Susie Boniface, opens up about life as a tabloid journalist

Apply for the Marketing Team

If you’re planning a career in Marketing and want some experience, or just have an interest in the field, apply to be a Marketing Officer…

University of Manchester team (l-r): David Brice, Adam Barr, Richard Gilbert, Debbie Brown.

University Challenge: Manchester ready to smash UCL in final

Ahead of tonight’s University Challenge final, we meet the all-conquering Manchester team and the man behind their continued success

A winning photograph from Architecture student Peter Chinnock

Winner of Photography Competition announced

Peter Chinnock has won The Mancunion’s Photography Competition this year

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Apply to join The Mancunion in 2013/14

Apply to be section editor at The Mancunion. Application deadline May 15th

Did Chavez's movement die with him? We talked to Caracas-based journalist Girish Gupta to find out.

Has Chavismo died with Chavez?

Rioting on the streets, a tanking economy and a divided nation – Caracas-based journalist Girish Gupta speaks to The Mancunion about life beyond Hugo Chavez