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David Adesanya, creator of Behind Beijing. Photo: Behind Beijing

Manchester student aims to connect East and West with Behind Beijing

A University of Manchester student has set up an exciting photography project to explore the lives and experiences of citizens of Beijing ...

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Keep The Caterers protesters disrupt Estates meeting

Demonstrators calling upon the reversal of plans to make 43 catering staff redundant disrupted a meeting by university management to discuss the ...

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Union budget cuts threaten future of The Cambridge Student

The Cambridge Student, the official student newspaper at the Cambridge University Students' Union (CUSU), has been informed that their budget will be ...

David Adesanya, creator of Behind Beijing. Photo: Behind Beijing

Manchester student aims to connect East and West

Posted on Apr 28, 2016 1
Photo: Keep The Caterers @Facebook

Keep The Caterers protesters disrupt Estates meeting

Posted on Apr 28, 2016 2
Photo: Screenshot

Union budget cuts threaten future of The Cambridge

Posted on Apr 22, 2016 3
David Adesanya, creator of Behind Beijing. Photo: Behind Beijing

Manchester student aims to connect East and West with Behind Beijing

Architecture student David Adesanya made the most of his opportunity to travel to Beijing with Study China by carrying out this photojournalism project

Photo: Keep The Caterers

Keep The Caterers protesters disrupt Estates meeting

Demonstrators interrupted a talk about the university’s £300 Engineering Campus plan to raise awareness and gain support for their cause

Photo: Screenshot

Union budget cuts threaten future of The Cambridge Student

Despite bringing revenue to CUSU, trustees have told The Cambridge Student their resources will be cut, forcing the publication online only

Photo: TEDxUniversityOfManchester

TEDxUniversityofManchester – Infinite Possibilities

TEDxUniversity of Manchester returned with the theme of Infinite Possibilities on Saturday, with a host of inspirational and lauded speakers and live performers

Photo: The University of Manchester

Graduates might be earning less than non-graduates

Gender, parental income, university, and subject choice have large impacts on earning power, IFS finds

Photo: dirtyboxface @Flickr

Peeking pervert perturbing pooping people punished

David Brown, a Ph.D. student living in Manchester, has been put on the Sex Offenders Register for five years after being caught peeking in a toilet

Photo: AIGA@Wikimedia Commons

Same-sex schools “ill-prepared” in dealing with transgender pupils, ATL warns

The conference aimed to encourage schools and colleges to be better informed and more sensitive when dealing with future cases of transgender students

Photo: tedxuom @Instagramram

TEDx Conference to be Held at the University of Manchester

TedX will returning to the University of Manchester for the day on Saturday 16th April with an ‘Infinite Possibilities’ lecture series

Photo: jiehwen @Flickr

LSE accused of evicting a student with mental health difficulties

LSE faced questions as their Residential and Disability and Wellbeing Services were accused of ignoring the advice of NHS medical professionals and SU officers and of evicting a student with acute mental illness

Those who identified with one or multiple minority groups were charged less for a cupcake. Photo: (Mariam) @Flickr

Death and rape threats made in feminist cupcake dispute

Personal attacks were made to organisers of a ‘gender pay gap’ bake sale at the University of Queensland that charged different prices to men and women

Photo: Simon Youel

Survey reveals British public stands behind all-out junior doctor strike

Of those who participated in the survey, most blamed the continued dispute over junior doctor contracts on the Department of Health

Photo: Natasha Wetton

The Closet x MISSGUIDED Preview

The Closet and MISSGUIDED team up to bring you one of the most highly anticipated fashion events of the year, all in the name of their chosen charity, Manchester Mind