One semester in – we check if the Exec have kept their promises
Tim Harcourt-Powell tells the story of a student struggling with a major cannabis problem
The I’m Not Welcome campaign speak out against government monitoring practices for making overseas students feel unwelcome
Ex-con economist Vicky Pryce tells Sam Dumitriu about her time behind bars and why prison doesn’t work
Labour Peer Lord Adonis tells The Mancunion about a new graduate scheme to recruit high achieving students into social work
Twenty-three-year-old comedian Bo Burnham speaks to The Mancunion about Vine, fame and why he’s releasing his latest show for free
We visited Oxford’s Centre for Effective Altruism to investigate their surprising conclusion about the best ways to end poverty
From Azealia Banks to Pussy Riot, musicians have a lot to say for themselves.
The No More Page 3 campaign has reached national prominence, Sam Dumitriu speaks to campaigners and asks is Page 3’s time up?
We pass buildings like Kilburn, Roscoe and Whitworth everyday, but who were the people behind the names?
As Glasgow Students nominate Edward Snowden, Sam Dumitriu looks at the history of the position of university rector across the UK
Cult expert Ian Haworth explains why many students join cults
American author, polemicist and war reporter David Rieff tells Sam Dumitriu why he is a humanitarian fundamentalist
Tim Harcourt-Powell attends the first meeting of Manchester’s Atheist Church The Sunday Assembly
Heavy metal comedian Steve Hughes speaks to The Mancunion about political correctness, health and safety, and the meaning of life
Ibrahim Olabi spent the summer in his war-torn homeland, teaching law to fighters
Sam Dumitriu interviews US campus free speech activist Greg Lukianoff on the fight to defend free speech on campus