Sophie Marriott argues that The Mancunion’s recent revelations about student housing in Manchester reveals the deep rooted inequalities in higher education.
Felix Van Groeningen well and truly changed the teenage drama sub-genre with Beautiful Boy, a film based on the memoirs of Nic and David Sheff.
It is no mystery that social media has shaped the way we interact. However, new studies have found that online platforms are contributing to relationships becoming increasingly superficial
The current controversy surrounding the now hostless Oscars means the spotlight shining on this year’s nominations is even brighter
The chance to graduate earlier through an accelerated degree programme will come at the cost of higher fees per year
For many, the iconic look to be continually associated with Manchester would be one which resembles a 90’s, Liam Gallagher-esque ensemble. Yet since becoming the global capital of fast-fashion and housing big money brands such as Boohoo, Nasty Gal, PrettyLittleThing, and Missguided, the city’s style has certainly entered a new chapter. Homing so many brands that depend […]
In this instalment of Artefact of the Week, Theo Bennett explores a tribute to Manchester music mogul Tony Wilson: the latest Akse mural to grace the side of a Northern Quarter substation
2019 marks 150 years since the periodic table was invented. Writer Byron Gamble discusses its history
A terrible example of trying to have your own cake and eat it. Balancing an interrogative character piece alongside Clint Eastwood having two threesomes
Sunflower Bean are back in the spotlight to represent the New York indie-rock scene with their mediocre new punchy pop/rock EP King Of The Dudes, writes Bella Fleming
Izzy Sharp re-enters the Twilight zone
Eva Gerretsen discusses why today’s youth are so opposed to New Year resolutions, and some alternatives that could help us to be less self-centred
Liv Clarke interviews Rachel Thomson and Florence Wilks Costalas, who along with a team of students are hiking to Everest Base Camp in aid of Action Against Hunger
February marks the national education campaign, which will feature a theatrical performance at Manchester’s People History Museum
Saoirse Akhtar-Farren reviews the plentiful Pre-Raphaelite exhibition currently on show at The Lowry, and explores L. S. Lowry’s admiration of the avant-garde Victorian student group.
International scientific research collaboration has found evidence revealing that humans are born with the innate skills to pick out words from language
Adrian Kanyoli reviews Adam McKay’s latest satirical biopic Vice