Part of the MIFTAS season by the University of Manchester Drama Society the ambitious and daring nature of this play pays off
An internal report found NUS President Malia Bouattia guilty of making anti-Semitic comments — but no further action will be taken, a move the Union of Jewish Students has called ‘deeply troubling’
Roma Havers discusses the upcoming Writing Conference in Sale
There have always been parallels between politics and Star Wars, but recently the resemblance has been especially clear, writes David Moseley
A beautiful and insightful tale of what it means to become a man in a woman’s world
In light of striking political messages in the Grammy Award ceremony, should music be spared from overwhelming political opinions?
Jennifer Knowles explores how Fashion Week is an evolving event that seems to be leaving tradition behind
The Italian soul singer seems awkward and lost in translation in a disappointing show, writes Hugh Morris
Social media has kept our ‘woke’ generation from taking real political action
Manchester City and AS Monaco locked horns at the Etihad in what must be one of the games of the season
Liv Barnes is poet of the week beginning the 27th February
In the last of this four-part series, Michael Petch looks at how unattainable beauty standards harm LGBT people
Are you having doubts about whether a friend is treating you right? Shannon Winterbone looks at how to determine when a friendship’s become toxic and how you can make it better
The Barbie doll is an iconic image, found in most family homes; Gigi Hadid is an iconic image, found on most Instagram home pages. So what happens when the two meet?