Falling admissions, multiple misconduct failings, and SU suspensions: University round-up
The university stories we’re following this week involved several university staff failures, budget cuts for major universities and a second suspension for an SU President
Fuse FM presents Transfusion: Dance for Trans Mutual Aid
Looking to party and protest to support the trans community on a school night? Look no further than Transfusion, Fuse FM’s club night featuring soul, dubstep and more
Bill’s Spinningfields review: Frozen cocktails and mains are a hit and miss
Bill’s has introduced their new Mexico-inspired summer menu, pairing a variety of tacos with fun colourful cocktails, but does it live up to the hype?
Catching up with stand up Schalk Bezuidenhout ahead of his Mancunian debut
As Schalk Bezuidenhout takes the stage across the UK, we caught up with the award-winning South African comedian on what to expect from his energising shows.
NQ64 smashes retro gin at Super Smash Bros tournament
The Mancunion attends NQ64’s monthly gaming tournament to not only destroy the competition but fall in love with Hartwall Original Gin. Could this be the drink of the summer? We think so.
Anxiety, time and I: Refusing to give up happy moments for a deadline
Once again, I have deadlines and feel like I’m running out of time. But, in feeding into my subconscious guilt, am I wasting more time?
International Women’s Day: Inspirational women on campus
In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Lifestyle Team are spotlighting some of our favourite women and female-focused societies on campus.
In conversation with Dick and Dom: The return of Da Bungalow
They’re back, causing mayhem live on stage, reliving the 2000s glory of ‘Dick and Dom in Da Bungalow’. We sit down with the duo to discuss success, the death of CBBC and DJing at BoomTown.
Bones and All review: A bloody mess
Bones and All has been set up to be a gory revision of Romeo and Juliet fuelled by cannibalistic addiction and love. With a strong cast and alluring cinematography, why did it feel lacklustre?
The beauty behind Call Me By Your Name
It’s been almost 15 years since the release of CMBYN. Since then, the book has made its mark in Western culture. This month it debuts a new cover, reminding us of the beauty and intricacy behind the novel’s words.
Feel festive at Manchester’s Lightopia!
Lightopia is back in Manchester to light up the winter sky with festive joy with its light exhibition, food stalls and fairground. But is it worth venturing all the way to Heaton Park?
The best sh*t TV for exam season
Need something to wind down to and switch off your mind? From yachting luxury to jail fights, these are the best reality tv shows to get you through exam season
Agony Aunt Angela: A library full of possibilities
Flustered, a distracted student reaches out to Aunt Angela about a library crush. But is it possible to overcome your fears and find love in the Ali G? Or should they just keep dreaming from afar?
Pottering around at HandleBar
Reminisce your crunchy childhood by filling your evenings with arts and crafts at Fallowfield’s latest bar: HandleBar. From Drink & Doodle, life drawing to pottery with Dave, you’ll become an artist in no time
Natsu Fest 2022: Who’s behind the festival and business?
Back by popular demand, Natsu Fest 2022 is fast approaching. See who’s behind the brand and what it has to offer to the Manchester student scene
Rise up: An Iranian feminist’s insight
Trigger Warning: Discusses violence. Iran has been flung into conflict once again thanks to the oppressive regime. Hear what’s actually going on from Iranian feminist Laleh, and what you can do to help.
Beauty: Only skin deep
The beauty industry isn’t as pretty as it seems, with Eurocentric ideals still being pushed by the industry’s giants, but has Fenty Beauty caused enough stir to tackle these ideals head on?