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An unconventional gap year

Aisha Rodriguez discusses how you could get involved with ICS, a government-funded programme, which aims to meaningfully help developing countries

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Interview: JAWS

Brummy Connor Schofield of JAWS exhibits his views on the music industry, the importance of mental health and plans for the band’s future

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Interview: Gorgon City

Zoe and Qasim interview Gorgon City… in a toilet

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Oi Oi! An interview with Franko Fraize

Raine Beckford talks to underground rapper Franko Faize

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Interview: Pheobe Bridgers

The Mancunion talks to singer Pheobe Bridgers — talented, polite but not afraid to speak her mind

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Interview: Newton Faulkner

Callum Lunn talks self-production, fans and festivals with Newton Faulkner

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Cluny MCR: a magazine opening doors for all Manchester creatives

Sophia Macpherson chats with one of the founders of ‘Cluny MCR’ about how you can get your creative work out there

Rupert Rixon (middle) talks to students at Red Academy, photo provided by Perspective Pictures

Interview: Rupert Rixon, founder of Perspective Pictures

Rupert Rixon, founder and CEO of Perspective Pictures, talks to The Mancunion about why students should be focussing on gaining practical work experience and life skills

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The Man Behind The Mansion

“We’re not decreasing our capacity, we’re increasing our audience” – Mancunion Music Editor, Hannah Brierley, talks to the man and woman behind the Mansion

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Interview: In Bed With My Brother

Theatre Editor Sophie Graci chats to the company behind Edinburgh Fringe hit We Are Ian, now part of HOME’s Orbit Festival 2017

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Meet the committee: African Caribbean Society

Ahead of Black History Month, Deputy Features Editor Raine Beckford chats to the committee of the African Caribbean Society about their hopes for the coming weeks

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Interview: Wolf Alice

Ellie Roswell tells Music Editor Hannah Brierley that whilst sexism and inequality in the music industry is still rife, it’s the duty of women like her “raise other women up”