The Mancunion

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Interview: Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell

Editor-in-Chief Kirstie O’Mahony sat down with the VC to talk all things gender, Brexit and, of course, strikes

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Shock over anti-semitic comments in UoM Physics group chat

The Jewish Society are particularly concerned that the students who attempted to call out anti-Semitism faced ridicule

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Students fight for Living Wage at University of Manchester

A student campaign group has set its sights on persuading the University of Manchester to become accredited by the Living Wage Foundation

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1 in 5 UK GPs trained abroad, Manchester study finds

A study by the Medical eResearch Centre at the University of Manchester has found 5% of UK GPs come from the EU, with a further 17% coming from elsewhere overseas

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The new Students’ Union app has landed!

Freshers will be able to connect with each other and their Union on the go

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Student Manchester City tickets available in the Students’ Union

From £16-£21 buy your tickets for Manchester City games from the Students’ Union helpdesk

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University of Manchester Netball nets some big results

After victories across the board last week, the pressure was on for UMWNC to repeat their incredible success once again

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Sport Volunteering: Viviane’s story at the 2016 Rio Olympics

With JustFest just around the corner, read the story of Viviane Kemgne, who volunteered at the biggest sporting event in the world

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12/10/16: Netball’s Big Wednesday

The University of Manchester’s netball teams are off to a flying start

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Women’s Rugby dominate Varsity

MMU were well and truly battered 72-12. Here’s what team member Eve Chaplin thought of the game

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Get Involved: Manchester Shotokan Karate Club

David Brierley talks about the positives of getting involved with karate at the university

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Get Involved: University of Manchester Gaelic Athletic Club

Here’s your chance to hear more about the Irish tradition of Gaelic football, and how you can get involved with it at university