30 hours. No money. How far can you go?
Verity Longley, Chair of University of Manchester Swing Dance Society, talks to Rachel Oelbaum about t-shirts, being queen and — of course — dancing
First year is the perfect time to enjoy all aspects of University life, and it is a shame to waste it by doing nothing
Rebecca Carr investigates the long-term effects of drugs on your mind and body, with the Priory Group’s new campaign to educate students
Head Lifestyle Editor Rachel Adams proves that you don’t have to drink to have a good time on a night out—here’s her review of a sober night out at Warehouse Project
Struggling with stress? Don’t worry, Qiarna Bondswell is here with some top tips to help you tackle your stress head-on, and enjoy university life at the same time
Getting bored of eating pasta night after night? Deputy Lifestyle Editor, Araddhna Patel, explains that now you don’t have to; spice up your mealtimes with a HelloFresh food box subscription
To work or not to work: that is the question. We’ve asked two contributors to give their view on the age-old debate—is getting a part time job worth it?
We’re not in Manchester anymore… Here’s a short list of some fantastic places to visit on day trips or weekends away that give you a taste of life outside of Manchester (and great food is guaranteed!)
Following the headlines about the possible side effects of the contraceptive pill, Shannon Winterbone considers other alternatives available to young women
Panicking about housing for next year? Don’t worry! Shannon Winterbone is here to share her own experiences, and give some useful advice about house hunting
A look into the panel discussion event held by Manchester Open Mind Network for World Mental Health Day