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Applications to join the Editorial Team for 2017/18 are now open. This is your chance to work for the biggest student newspaper in ...

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'Hey Nancy, leave teachers alone!'

Picketers performed a parodied rendition of Pink Floyd’s protest anthem on Oxford Road, outside the Alan Gilbert Learning Commons on Monday 5th ...

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Fundraising pub quiz charges tampon entry fee

“Help Our Homeless” is a social action group aiming to educate Manchester. They will be launching their campaign with a pub quiz ...

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'Hey Nancy, leave teachers alone!'

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Fundraising pub quiz charges tampon entry fee

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‘Hey Nancy, leave teachers alone!’

Students and staff join force in a music-led protest against the 171 impending job cuts at the University of Manchester

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Fundraising pub quiz charges tampon entry fee

Help our Homeless are hosting a pub quiz on Thursday 1st June at Cosy Club in Manchester’s Corn Exchange to educate the public on how to help our homeless community and to collect some donations for local charities

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The Mancunion Present: Summer House Party at Black Dog Ballroom

Did we mention the first 50 people to register will get a free burger

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Manchester entrepreneurs win £50,000 in Venture Further competition

The winners of the Venture Further competition have been announced with each winning £50,000 each to help them make their start-up ideas a reality

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“We keep fighting back with Greater Manchester spirit”

We spoke with Mancunians at Tuesday’s vigil for the Manchester terror attack, which saw thousands pack into Albert Square to pay their respects to those who have lost their lives

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Anti-terror police raid house in Fallowfield

After last nights terrorist attack police have confirmed there have been two more arrests and that a ‘controlled explosion’ took place in Fallowfield

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Manchester suicide bomb attack: 22 dead and 59 injured

Vigils have been planned across the city for students and citizens to pay their respects, and parts of the city centre are still cordoned off following last night’s deadly terror attack at Manchester Arena

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Fatalities confirmed following ‘explosion’ at Manchester Arena

Greater Manchester Police have confirmed that 19 people have died and more than 50 are injured following an explosion at Manchester Arena, in a “possible terrorist incident”

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Preview: Dynamic Women of Worth Programme

A social enterprise in Manchester will be running a careers and business training programme for BAME women, having also specialised in working with women from disadvantaged backgrounds

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Students and staff share shocked reactions to impending job cuts

Staff and students from across the university react to the Board’s decision to cut hundreds of staff posts, which anxious staff say could lead to a ‘student marking boycott’

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University of Manchester to cut 171 jobs

The university cites ‘bold’ ambition as the reason for proposed cuts, however the University and College Union claim the cuts are due to Brexit