Liv Clarke talks with author and activist Qaisra Shahraz about MACFEST, a new festival celebrating muslim arts and culture in Manchester
Internships and work experience can look great your CV, but often these can be difficult to get hold of if you do not have the right connections
Liv Clarke speaks to Grace Currie, the Manchester graduate who took on the “massively daunting” Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Editor-in-Chief Kirstie O’Mahony sat down with the VC to talk all things gender, Brexit and, of course, strikes
Unsuccessful Activities and Development Officer candidate, Ant Menezes, says there is a growing divide between students and Exec Officers
Kizzy Bray reports from the People’s History Museum on the inspiring stories of the women involved in 2018’s Women In Media Conference
Community organisation ACORN Manchester will “do all they can… to help those having issues with landlords/letting agents”
Liv Clarke retells her own experience, and interviews a fellow marcher and previous organiser for annual march for women’s rights
Liv Clarke talks to the team behind (in)sane, a multimedia platform that combines the arts with mental health dicussion, about their upcoming event
Liv Clarke speaks to Joshua Mellard, a Manchester graduate who is helping to take MSC Big Band into a new direction
By exercising their right to vote, the republic of Ireland gained the right to choose on the 25th May, with a landslide victory of 66.4% to the “YES” campaign to repeal the 8th amendment and de-criminalise abortion. But what does this historic reform mean to the women of Ireland?
Take Action! UoM is an independent student-led group which has created a platform for discussion, a line of open communication, and a coherent response regarding the strike action
This year’s event is sure to get your mind firing on all pistons — but what about the speakers, what makes them tick?
“I don’t see why you would want to be a politician. Politicians maintain the system, they don’t change the system”
Gorton MP Afzal Khan comments on crime in Fallowfield and how we can create a safer community for students
Are you sick of living in expensive, mouldy, damp housing and putting up with dodgy landlords?