Potential solutions have been discovered that help to treat tuberculosis (TB), an airborne disease. Tuberculosis is a disease that affects the lungs, and is one of the most prevalent diseases in India and parts of Africa. This disease occurs in approximately 33 per cent of the global population. Science journals report that around 1.6 million […]
Leah Marlow explores the case of Brett Kavanaugh and how the defence of his behaviour by other American politicians the misogyny that prevails in American politics under the Trump administration.
Danny Jones reflects on the sad news regarding the troubled yet widely-loved studio
In the second part of the series, Jeremy Bijl looks at some of Manchester’s more obscure offerings
It’s the beginning of the end for Store Street, writes contributor Ashwin Tharoor
After indie rockers Wolf Alice snatch the coveted 2018 Mercury prize, Ethan Davies and Hana Kelly discuss whether or not they did enough to deserve it.
Callum Lunn assesses The Story So Far’s growth in maturity evident that is upon the release of their latest album
The athlete did not acknowledge her claims of sexism in the Open Final
The iconic host of Football Italia talks to Sports Editor James Gill about the show and whether ex-pros or experts are better for analysis games
Research suggests that asthma treatments can be improved by considering what time it is
The Mancunion speaks to “the biggest eyelash brand in Europe”
Black Honey’s eponymous debut album is a bold, sultry and effortlessly fun celebration of pop, writes Rona McCann
On Thursday 27th of September, Campaign Supanova, organised by campaign coordinator Polly Bark, descended on the University of Manchester Students’ Union. Months in the making, over 30 campaigns were present to share the ideas and work they have carried out across Manchester. The concept of putting the spotlight on the university’s campaigns is not new; […]
Contributor Luca Mariana talks us through the latest release from one of the most exciting boybands of the current industry, Brockhampton
Having released her debut album just a month ago, and on the second day of her European tour, LAUREL speaks to The Mancunion ahead of her show at Soup Kitchen.
Britain’s most decorated Winter Paralympian talks the logistics of skiing with 3% vision, raising the profile of snow sports, and the gulf between the Winter and Summer games.
The guys at On The Loan ask whether football can be enjoyed on student budget.