Georgia Wiltshire interviews UoM graduate Hattie Andrews, founder of The Politics Project, about encouraging young poeple to be politically engaged and how digital technology connects politicians with the classroom
Students often rely on fast fashion companies for stylish and affordable clothes, but more environmentally friendly solutions are available.
Fatima Abid talks all things student politics, buses, and how you can change the world around you
Liv Clarke spoke with Lora Krasteva about the With One Voice Arts and Homelessness festival which will take place from the 12th until the 18th of November
Catrin Stewart interviews Gina Martin: the 27-year-old victim-turned-activist who is campaigning to make upskirting illegal.
An interview with Gaby Hartfield, the homeless coordinator at the Student Action Group, who reveals how students are putting their cooking skills to good use
This month’s Creative Space features singer Chloe Hawes, who is about to release her latest EP and dicusses how she’s balanced her music with university.
Liv Clarke attends the ‘Feminists Don’t Wear Pink’ discussion at the Lowry Theatre and asks Scarlett Curtis what she thinks about feminism
Producing a lot of waste is an inevitable aspect of student life, but can the waste be better managed through recycling and shopping considerately?
Daisy Lester interviews Eabha Doherty, a founding member of the Manchester branch of Sister Supporter, a group who are campaigning for a buffer zone around a Fallowfield abortion clinic
Liv Clarke interviews UoM graduate Tasha Wetton about the illustrations she creates and how she balanced her degree with her creative interests
Grace Revill reviews a talk about the role of Spice within the Manchester community and the positive steps that are being taken to combat the problem
The Save the Children Humanitarian Director was in philosophical mood as we discuss madchester, engineering, and hope for humanity
Louder Than Words festival returns to Manchester for its sixth year, with panels and Q and As for fans of music and writing alike.
Cachella Smith speaks with war veterans about their battle with blindness, at the unveiling of a new monument commissioned by the charity Blind Veterans UK
Anuli Changa talks to Lily Sykes, director of ‘The Maids’ at HOME Theatre: discussing neoliberalism, feminism and more
Being an international student can be hard at times — it is difficult to be so far away from the people you know and love, and often so removed from the home comforts and familiarities of your own country that you once took for granted