How to: find love at UoM
Is your love life lacking after lockdown? Here are some handy tips to get the ball rolling again and find your soulmate on campus!
The man, the myth, the building: Arthur Lewis
Ever had a lecture in the Arthur Lewis building and wondered who it was named after? Well, look no further!
Manchester’s feminist history
We outline the key players and organisations in the history of feminism that originated in here Manchester!
Paris 2015 terrorist attack trials: British victims in a French judiciary system
The nightmare isn’t over for the British victims of the 2015 Paris terror attack, who are now going through trials in Paris
‘Girls Night In’ and ‘End Spiking Now’ take the streets in powerful protest
On Wednesday 27th October Manchester’s students took to the streets in a protest against spiking
‘Reports of drink spiking will be taken seriously’: UoM and GMP respond to the recent focus on spiking
With a recent increase in drink spiking incidents, the Mancunion asked GMP and UoM for their responses on student safety
Talking about statues: Takings from Creative Manchester’s discussion on statues and public murals
Should statues be removed? A recap of the discussion chaired by UoM’s own David Olusoga
‘Sexual violence on campus must be addressed’: new report into rape culture on campus suggests how UoM can make students safer
Campaign group Resist Rape culture have conducted a report into sexual violence on campus from May to July 2021
Cloudy with a chance of pain: how likely is another lockdown this winter?
How likely is another lockdown this winter? Sasha Braham discusses whether we’ll need to dust off Zoom this Christmas.
The man, the myth, the building: Samuel Alexander
Ever had a seminar in the Sam Alex and wondered who gave the building its name? Well, today’s your lucky day!
In conversation with: Lemn Sissay
Lemn Sissay, the Chancellor of UoM, tells us his thoughts on Black History Month, his job as Chancellor and writing his memoir
Freshers – go with the flow
Do you need to be in Oak House? Struggling to make friends? Third years top tips to thrive in freshers
How to: fit in in Fallowfield
Features editor Serafina Kenny runs through how to best fit in with the rest of the students at UoM
Disabled students feel “completely dehumanised” by last-minute sports fair
This year’s sports and societies fairs were meant to be the most accessible yet, but instead students were left feeling dehumanised as the rearranged fair abandoned all accessibility measures
What next for UK-India relations following the farmers’ protests?
India condemns the British Parliament’s response to the farmers’ protests, but what will this mean for future relations?
NUS President Larissa Kennedy: ‘Manchester students came to shake shit up’
The Mancunion’s Aasiyah Faryal sits down with NUS president Larissa Kennedy
Why aren’t we talking about the Indian farmers’ protests?
Farmers across India are taking to the streets to protest their governments new agricultural laws
Long read: Meth in 21st Century America
Jake Egelnick looks at how one US state has been devastated by drugs and what happens next
LGBT+ History Month: How to celebrate from home
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
What support is available for students staying at university this Christmas?
Here’s what you need to know about staying in the city this Christmas