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Why I’ve dropped out of the University of Manchester

Recent University of Manchester drop out, Edie Walwyn, discusses the possibilities that exist outside our society’s obsession with university education

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Advice column 1

Head Lifestyle Editor Rachel Adams is here to answer your questions and offer you some advice with your problems

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Letter from the Deputy Editor: Women in Media

With a week to go before the Women in Media Conference, Elise Gallagher, Co-Chair and Deputy Editor writes about her own experiences trying to make it in the media

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University of Manchester rated one of the world’s best for graduate employability

The Times Higher Education rankings place Manchester as one of the best places in the world to study in terms of graduate employability

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A reply: Teach First stands for equal education

A response to “What do Teach First ambassadors actually promote?” from experiences in the classroom

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Interview: Louise Court

Beauty Editor Millie Kershaw chats with Hearst Magazines aficionado and former Cosmopolitan Editor Louise Court about all things fashion journalism

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The Post-Uni Fear

Alice Williams discusses that post-uni fear that so many final years are suffering from

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10 reasons why the gender pay gap matters to you

What you should know about the gender pay gap and why it’s a bigger problem than you might think…

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That’s your (Job) Lot

Alice Williams whinges about the student body’s job prospects, or lack thereof

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UoM Careers Service: A critique

An anonymous insider puts the Careers Service through their paces

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Is the paper CV really dead?

All that time you spent procrastinating on Twitter and Tumblr might have been worth it after all…

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Careers Corner: Founder of ‘Facebook’ for Student Employability

One of the founders of Kloodle, Phil Hayes, talks to Robert Firth about how they started and the graduate job market today.