A random act of kindness has been applauded widely on social media after a stranger in the SU café donated a Manchester student the £20 she really needed
A young man and his girlfriend have been attacked in the centre of Fallowfield, leaving a young man in a serious but stable condition
Last month a student coming home from a night out was raped in Fallowfield, police are appealing for a witness to come forward.
Students from The University of Texas plan to stage a protest involving “gigantic swinging dildos” next year, when new gun laws will come into action allowing students to carry concealed weapons on campus
As new counter-terrorism legislation Prevent is implemented in universities, the government name and shame institutions that have allegedly welcomed ‘hate speakers’ with views “contrary to British values”
The National Union of Students has begun legal action against the government’s plans to scrap maintenance grants on the basis of the implications for equality
The University of Manchester is, as of 2015, 7th in the UK rankings
In light of the dramatic drop in students registered to vote, Harry Leslie Smith a 92 year old activist spoke to students about the importance of voting and why this generation and general election could go down as the most important since 1945.
Spiked’s Free Speech University Rankings ranked universities on the level of free expression allowed on campus. The University of Manchester was ranked amber; the university itself received green, but the Students’ Union’s amber ranking pulled it down.
Greater Manchester Police appeal to the student community to help in the search for the key witness in the Fallowfield rape case
Four student bands from the University of Manchester are competing in a charity gig night next Tuesday for the chance to represent the university in the national iSessions competition organised by The Independent and the i
Policy Exchange, a leading think tank, has proposed cuts to Higher Education grant funding, with the funds to be redirected to further education
Cambridge Union’s Women’s Officer resigns following decision to invite controversial Wikileaks founder to Union debate via weblink
Conservative delegates attending the Party Conference in Manchester must hide security passes amidst safety fears
Government limits on the amount of UK students able to take a medicine degree has meant that the University of Central Lancashire has had to exclude home students altogether
News Editor Jenny Sterne spoke to the shadow Secretary of State for Business, Chuka Umunna, about HE policy, the skills gap, zero-hours contracts and the BME attainment gap
Youth branches of the five main political parties active within the Students’ Union were interviewed on the policies of their parties and why they believe their party would best serve students