Ruby Bannerman and Felix Hanif-Banks review this year’s Margarita Rumble, fuelled by tequila – what could go wrong?
Factors such as an invisible careers service and time-consuming part-time employment means students are not getting the best preparation for their futures
Fresh new halls are filling the huge void left by the emptying of the Owens Park Tower at the start of this academic year. Mansion Point is the latest of these additions to Fallowfield life, offering a renovated Allen Hall, the old postgraduate accommodation on Wilmslow Road, from the beginning of next academic year. It’s […]
The Mancunion investigates the state of Manchester student housing prices in the wake of shocking research revealing how much students are overpaying by nationwide.
Business owners across Fallowfield are being forced to plan for a future without a bustling student population, and many fear for the negative impact it will have on not only individual businesses, but the area as a whole. As the latest State of the City Report has alluded to, the Council’s plans to move a […]
Investigations editor, Felix Hanif-Banks takes a look at the crime figures posted in Manchester City Council’s latest ‘State of the City Report’.
Student favourite Fallow Cafe is being replaced by a Nordic inspired cafe and nightclub: Haus.
In a nationwide survey students were found to be supportive of a Living Wage for University staff and for Vice-Chancellors’ pay to be cut, as wage statistics for universities are revealed.
Manchester is known internationally as one of the UK’s best places to live, a reputation that locals and students alike will never tire of flaunting. Buzzing nightlife, expansive shopping centres and an ever-rising skyline all show off the best Manchester has to offer, but in stark contrast to this the issues of rough sleeping and […]
An FOI by The Mancunion reveals the amount spent on mental health at the University of Manchester
Outgoing Exec Officer Riddi Viswanathan pointed out that low turnout could be an issue with the SU and suggested students might not be entirely to blame
The Tutor Trust is just one of many charities helping disadvantaged pupils achieve their educational dreams
Felix Hanif-Banks recounts the action at King of the North VI
The University’s most populous halls of residence is under threat of closure of being re-let. We investigate what this means for the area’s future.
We trace the origins of the misogyny is hate campaign, and look at how public support in Nottingham hasn’t translated into concrete results