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NUS Vice-President caught on film planning to oust President

Richard Brooks, the National Union of Students' (NUS) Vice-President, has been implicated in an attempted plot to oust Malia Bouattia, as revealed ...

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Fraudulent degree selling websites targeted

More than 40 websites which deal in fake degrees have been shutdown as part of an ongoing investigation into fraudulent institutions. Some ...

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Elrow uses ‘disrespectful’ picture of Hindu god in promotional poster

Elrow, an event run by The Warehouse Project to be held at the Albert Hall in Manchester, has caused controversy after using an ...

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NUS Vice-President caught on film planning to oust

Posted on Jan 11, 2017 1
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Fraudulent degree selling websites targeted

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Elrow uses ‘disrespectful’ picture of Hindu god in

Posted on Jan 2, 2017 3
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NUS Vice-President caught on film planning to oust President

An NUS Vice-President was filmed by an undercover Al Jazeera reporter admitting that he was involved in organising groups working against the NUS President Malia Bouattia

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Fraudulent degree selling websites targeted

The government are cracking down on companies who are duping students into acquiring fraudulent degrees

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Elrow uses ‘disrespectful’ picture of Hindu god in promotional poster

There has been outrage in reaction to Elrow’s use of a Hindu God in their promotional material, prompting many to accuse them of ‘appalling’ cultural appropriation

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University of Manchester’s Students’ Union Senate Liveblog

Keep up to date with what’s happening at tonight’s Senate meeting

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Preview: LightUp Fallowfield

The LightUp Fallowfield protest art installation aims to highlight key problems about safety and the dark

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Men more likely to suffer from academic ‘imposter syndrome’ than women

A recent study by the University of Houston shows that male academics are more likely to suffer from work-related anxiety, depression, and ‘Imposter Syndrome’ than their female counterparts

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Working class students win protection against class appropriation

Does the University need to do more to tackle class discrimination on and off campus?

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Free education protestors occupy University of Warwick building

Student protesters occupied The Slate, the University of Warwick’s new conference building, to protest against the “devastating consequences” of the government’s new Teaching Excellence Framework

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Review: NUS North West Regional Activists Network

Lily Sheehan’s report on the first ever NUS North West Regional Activists Network meeting

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32,000 sign petition in favour of proposition to charge cyclists road insurance

A petition has been launched to force cyclists to pay road tax in response to drivers becoming increasingly ‘fed up’ of cyclists disobeying the rules of the road

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UoM Feminist Collective puts on ground-breaking ‘BAME voices’ poetry night

UoM Feminist Collective hosted an event intended to empower through poetry readings centred around Black and Minority Ethnic voices

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Government urged to not use EU university staff as “bargaining chips”

In light of Brexit, EU nationals are facing insecurity and feel as if they are being used as ‘pawns’ in negotiations by Theresa May