The Mancunion’s Aasiyah Faryal sits down with NUS president Larissa Kennedy
Jake Egelnick looks at how one US state has been devastated by drugs and what happens next
Here’s what you need to know about staying in the city this Christmas
Boys and young men make up more than half of the children in need of social work support, but only 14 per cent of the profession are male
Adan was among many of the speakers at the protest to share his experience with the university
Laura Martin discusses recent changes to abortion rights in Poland, the USA, and even right here in Manchester
Lucy Nichols writes from the inside of the occupation, painting a picture of what’s really going down
Trump still hasn’t shown, but I can predict what he’s going to say. And by the time this article is out, you will know as well.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy explores Trump’s shock victory, the 2020 polls, and possible scenarios that could ensue after the US presidential election – for instance, if Trump loses, will he actually go away?
Farmers across India are taking to the streets to protest their governments new agricultural laws
February marks LGBT History Month in the UK. This year celebrations will once more be virtual, but no less vital. Here’s how you can mark the occasion from your sofa in Manchester
From recreational use to study drugs, The Mancunion talks to Students for Sensible Drug Policy about education and harm reduction
Nightlife is a valuable economic sector: why have its workers been cruelly abandoned?
How angry students are making sure their voices are heard – and why it’s finally time for us to listen
Tom Grant explores the effect of the pandemic on Manchester students in an incisive new documentary for Fuse TV
The protest began with rallies and chants, coloured with flares and protest signs igniting the dark Fallowfield skies
On Tuesday 3rd November, America will go to the polls to vote…