The proud former leader of a hashish trafficking empire talks about legalising cannabis and eating dog food
The National Union of Students has a £5.5m tobacco habit, is this why students don’t campaign against cigarette companies?
Features Editor Nick Renaud-Komiya meets a University of Manchester student and former Royal Marine to talk prejudice, politics and parenthood.
“We don’t teach people who live in areas with high instances of gun crime to dodge bullets”
Rachel Cranshaw discusses why carrying an attack alarm is always a choice.
What can newcomers expect from their time here? And what challenges lie ahead for students? University is a strange and daunting new world. But embrace all it has to offer and it will be an experience you won’t forget.
Nick Renaud-Komiya investigates the murky world of student letting, hearing the horror stories of those who have been taken advantage of and telling you how to avoid these problems in future.
This June British National Party leader Nick Griffin is standing for the North West region in the European Parliament elections. Nick Renaud-Komiya investigates the history of this divisive political party and why many are drawn to their controversial policies.
With the results of the government’s Comprehensive Spending Review now published, Sarah McCulloch considers potential alternatives to the impending spending cuts. From getting rid of Trident to clamping down on tax evasion, she found a few. Sarah McCulloch On Wednesday the 20th of October George Osborne announced £81bn in cuts to public spending. This includes […]
“There simply isn’t room in the ivory towers for fifty per cent of school leavers to attend university, and there never was”
Features Editor Nick Renaud-Komiya explores how aware and engaged we still are about British involvement in international wars.
Why are so few international students studying humanities subjects? Daniel Zuidijk investigates.
For three days now, I have been sitting at my desk attempting to find a way to write about this subject without either sounding racist or as if I am plagiarising an equal opportunities leaflet. As a small disclaimer, I’d just like to say now that I am neither racist nor a hand-wringing pseudo-racist (you know, those ones that are so anxious about being perceived as prejudiced that they’re generally the most offensive of the lot).
Sarah McCulloch investigates our relationship with Mephodrone, until recently the drug du jour among many students, and asks whether our entire debate on the use of legal and illegal drug use needs to change.