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Interview: Iqbal Shafiq – Founder of The Mancunion

As we say goodbye to one Editor-in-Chief and welcome another, we chat with the man who started it all 53 years ago

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The future of journalism by future journalists

We talk to our editorial team one last time to let loose on all our media-based frustrations

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Feature: In conversation with Laura Marling

Rebekah Shaw speaks to Laura Marling about femininity, creative production, and moving on from LA at the folk musician’s first student conference

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Interview: Tamara O’Neill – Activities and Development Officer

Tamara O’Neill sat down to talk about Pangaea’s future, societies’ new way to secure funding, and the Union’s relationship with student media

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Final year fear: get involved in student media

If you’re in your final year and struggling to get relevant work experience, why not try getting involved in student media?

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A student life: the student journalist

We spoke to Eliza Slawther about being a student journalist

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Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell’s disrespect for the student body

After his interview with Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell was pulled from last week’s edition of The Mancunion, Jacob Nicholas argues the case for our independence from the university

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Meet the new Lifestyle Editors

Drum roll please…the most exciting time of year has arrived, get ready to meet your new Lifestyle editors

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Getting involved with student media

Deputy Opinion Editor Ed John explains what student media has to offer and why getting involved can be so rewarding

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NUS National Conference 2016 – a round-up

Last week’s NUS National Conference saw delegates voting on decisions both international and local

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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

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Survey: Racism at UK universities

Student newspapers from across the United Kingdom have launched an investigation into racism on campus