Manchester Art Gallery host Sonia Boyce as part of the Objects of Obsession collaboration with the Royal Academy, revealing what object has influenced and obsessed her most
Liv Clarke identifies why Petra Collins’ hazy dreamscape photography has become so pertinent in our own female realities
Initiating a pertinent debate or a publicity stunt? Florrie Badley considers the implications of Manchester Art Gallery’s recent removal of a canonical Victorian painting
Sam Glover talks to members of the recently banned ‘Incel’ group, and argues that banning the community is the right move
Majid Ahmed has been left scared for his future after being threatened with disciplinary action after taking his PhD tuition fee case public.
Freedom of speech is under threat on university campuses, as students we should be defending it
Newspaper bans on campus is a minor issue. Free speech advocates ought to focus their attention on more worthwhile causes
Censorship of more right-wing views on online platforms must be confronted if we are to properly engage in debate
The Students’ Union at City University, renowned as one of the top journalism schools, have passed a motion to ban newspapers in order to “oppose fascism”
Has the SU gone too far? And if so, how can we tackle the objectification of women in such publications?
A reaction to the SU’s apology over a previous Opinion article to Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell
The university forced The Mancunion to pull an interview with Nancy Rothwell from our first print edition of term by threatening legal action