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Joe Sandler Clarke

Joe Sandler Clarke

Joe Sandler Clarke is the head of student media at the University of Manchester. He was longlisted for Amnesty International’s Student Human Rights Reporter of the Year in 2012. He was a News Editor at The Mancunion in the year 2011-12

Peter Chinnock – Project 365

A selection of photographs from next year’s Photography Editor, Peter Chinnock

Win Tickets to see Kodaline live!

Win tickets to see Kodaline at the Hard Rock Cafe in Manchester, in association with Hard Rock Cafe and Absolute Radio


Vote YES for a PAID EDITOR at The Mancunion on your Student Portal now. VOTING CLOSES FRIDAY MAY 17th

Fuse Film Festival

The Fuse Film Festival will take place this Sunday in Academy 2, Manchester Students’ Union

Winner of Photography Competition announced

Peter Chinnock has won The Mancunion’s Photography Competition this year

Darfur whistleblower calls for action on Syria

Manchester University’s Professor Mukesh Kapila who told the world about the genocide in Darfur during his time at the UN, has called for more to be done to help Syria

Manchester Student Media Awards 2013

Nominate yourself and buy tickets for the first Student Media Awards at the University of Manchester

The Mancunion’s Photography Competition

– Win £100 cash and a chance to be our Photo Editor by entering our competition – Deadline April 21st

2013/14 Exec team talk to Fuse FM

Fuse FM talk to the victorious candidates in the immediate aftermath of the Manchester Students’ Union elections

Reclaim the Night Documentary

Short documentary from Fuse TV about the Reclaim the Night demonstration last month

‘This pressure is making it impossible to study’

The civil war has left Syrians studying in the UK fearing for friends and family and struggling financially. Joe Sandler Clarke talks to Husam Helmi – a Syrian PhD student at Brunel University – about how the crisis is affecting him

15% of graduates in low-skilled jobs, says study

The Mancunion talks to recent graduates about their early experiences in the world of work


Your guide to Chorlton courtesy of The Mancunion

Let’s not forget, Batman is ridiculous

The dark and serious films of the Christopher Nolan trilogy detract from the campy brilliance of the caped crusader

“I went to school and it went downhill from there…”

Meet the maverick lecturer who will head Manchester University’s new University College for Interdisciplinary Learning

John Rylands collects nearly £75k fines in just one term

University libraries collect tens of thousands of pounds in fines

Cannabis farm found under “trap door” in Greater Mancheter

A cannabis farm containing 400 plants has been found under a trap door in Greater Manchester. The farm was discovered in Whitefield, Bury by police on the 8th February. 200 mature plants and 200 seedlings were found concealed by a makeshift trap door in the basement of a house on Dales Lane. Inspector Mark commented […]

UK education spending falling fast as rival nations look to boost investment

Public spending on education is declining at a faster rate than at any time since the 1950s, while countries like China and the United States invest heavily in higher education. According to the Institute for Fiscal Studies education spending will decline by as much as 13 percent in real terms in the years 2010-11 to […]

‘Poorer students are not discouraged by higher fees,’ says Ucas

Despite tripling tuition fees, poorer students continue to apply for undergraduate courses

“Poorer students are not discouraged by higher fees,” says Ucas

Ucas report that rising university fees have not had a disproportionate effect on the applications of more disadvantaged groups