The University of Manchester hosts the Sexuality Summer School: a five-day, city-wide, public conversation on gender, sexuality and culture open to all
Sophia Ashby challenges herself to live on £20 for a week, offering her experiences and advice in the process.
Cleaning is the newest weapon in the battle against the highly filtered unreality of lifestyle influencers – Sophia Ashby discusses the success of ‘cleanfluencers’ in an age of materialism
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
A poll by The Mancunion revealed a startling lack of reporting of sexual assault
Sophia Ashby spoke to three students behind Misogyny Is Hate to understand their involvement and the challenges they have faced
As with everything, spirituality is not immune from fashion trends. This year, there has been a sharp increase in the selling of books, films, and wearable items centred around witchcraft
One year on from Manchester City Council’s revised vision on tackling homelessness, I asked if any productive changes been made. Sean Proudman, who has been homeless for four years, spoke about his experience of rough sleeping and the support he has received.
How well do younger women really know their vaginas? According to a new study, the answer is less well than they think
Sophia Ashby delves into the history of Valentine’s Day, because all relationships have complicated pasts.
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
In the midst of student house hunting season, Sophia Ashby takes a look at the do’s and don’ts of choosing a property.
SHAG is a website and platform aimed at creating a safe space for sexual expression. It merges art with important conversations, increasing awareness of sexual experiences – both good and bad.
Sophia Ashby spoke to Cara Thompson about hair politics, femininity and why only some afros are acceptable.
Sylvie Copley talks about The Big Change Society, and how students can help tackle the issue of homelessness while at University.