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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

Photo: The National album artwork

Review: The National – Sleep well beast

The strength of The National’s seventh album establishes themselves as a truly prominent American band

Photo: Sam Valadi @flickr

Fight like a girl

‘Fearless Girl’ stands strong against Wall Street’s ‘Charging Bull’

LFW. Photo: Farrukh@Flickr

The changing landscape of Fashion Week

Jennifer Knowles explores how Fashion Week is an evolving event that seems to be leaving tradition behind

Photo: Scott Hudson @ flickr

Why we love terrorism

Terrorism plays into our passions for a good story, simplistic explanations, and dark fantasies

Photo: Press release

Live: Cigarettes After Sex

An intimate and captivating performance from the New York gloom-rockers

Image: ScottLaudati.com

Review: Hawaiian Shirts in the Electric Chair, by Scott Laudati

Intensely readable and relatable, Hawaiian Shirts in the Electric Chair reaches out to the disengaged and apathetic—with a trace of hope

Summer in America. Photo: Mark Woodward

“My Super Summer in the States”

Dreading being stuck at home for three stifling months? Take a tip from Manchester student Mark Woodward and go stateside, even with little $, by volunteering as a Camp Leader.

Photo:
Photophilde @Flickr

Paris is overrated

The city of love? More like the city of hate says Natalie Silver

dazjohnson @Flickr

New York by a New Yorker

Our resident New Yorker Natalie Greene destroys some misconceptions about The Big Apple

Image: Reena Mahtani @Flickr

Dylan Thomas’ Centenary

May Dylan Thomas’ death have no dominion

Photo: Wikimedia commons

My Literary Hero: Hubert Selby Jr

Alister Pearson tells you why Hubert Selby is his literary hero after reading Last Exit to Brooklyn