A city like Manchester can really take it out of you. Whether you’re running up and down 6 flights of stairs to make it to your next lecture on time or bustling through Deansgate Locks to get a selfie with Love Island star Molly-Mae, metropolitan life in one of the country’s liveliest cities really drains […]
She’s been the Vice-Chancellor of UoM for nine years, so how does she think 2018/19 went?
Live Clarke spoke with Figen Murray during Hate Crime Awareness Week, discussing how we can transform hate into love by making small changes in our daily lives
Cachella Smith talks with part-time women’s officer Emilia Jenkins about the projects she’s been involved with over the past year; even though each project is different, they all have the aim of helping women.
Liv Clarke interviews Every Month founder Rosy Candlin, a campaign set up in Manchester which helps tackle period poverty by making period packs, discussing why its important to openly talk about this issue and how you can get involved by donating products.
Isabel Oldman looks ahead to the fourth annual Women in Media conference which will be held in March, here in Manchester, she speaks to Co-Chair Bella Jewell about what to expect from the event and all the different talks which are on offer.
Science Editor Jacklin Kwan interviews Eugene Lim, the founder of Rats to Riches, a strategy board game, about his journey in making the product and the creative challenges he faced along the way.
We take a look behind the scenes at Fuse TV, which now features a wide-ranging portfolio of news programming, drunken debate, and comedy decoration
Liv Clarke and Emily Broncz examine the current state of Fallowfield and ask whether it falls out of favour with older students
The effort to destroy the Amazon is being bolstered by a racist government campaign, writes George Walker
Josie Fowler looks at the advice given in the recent campaign Travel Aware by The Foreign and Commonwealth office, and how you can stay safe when travelling abroad
Rebecca Rommen examines the impact of this year’s Reclaim the Night march, with around 3,500 people taking part, and how it successfully shines a light on the topic of night-time safety.
Becca Knight examines the role of social media in university life and how dependant on it we have become. But what are the negative effects if we use it excessively? Should we switch off in order to enjoy reality?
Laura Finn examines how the Windrush Deportation has affected Owen Haisley, a musician on the Manchester music scene, and what is being done about the scandal by the government.
Aaron Comer speaks to James Herdman who gave up alcohol and cigarettes for 100 days while at university, and discovered numerous benefits which the experience gave him
Period poverty is starting to gain national notoriety, and Freya Slack is part of the conversation associated with it
Liv Clarke interviews Rachel Thomson and Florence Wilks Costalas, who along with a team of students are hiking to Everest Base Camp in aid of Action Against Hunger