The Advice Services here at The University of Manchester speak about settling into university life, and where you can find help if you need it.
A sexy beef welly recipe to treat your housemates to some proper winter grub
Feeling a bit under the weather? Read on for some useful tips on how to take care of yourself this semester
The Mancunion’s resident mystic gives a quick snapshot of what to expect in this coming year of clubbing, making great friends, and finding the perfect hangover cure…
A new survey published by the Guardian on the 21st September has set out to discover whether having a career in arts and culture is only for the privileged
Sports Editor Andrew Georgeson reviews Manchester’s famous National Football Museum
As one of the world’s great music cities, Manchester is packed with great venues. Here’s some of our favourites…
Matilda Roberts gives her account of live art festival ‘Emergency’.
Gemini (328-330 Oxford Road) Located at Whitworth Park Halls, Gemini Cafe is a favourite of students who are looking for an enormous plate of food for next to no money. It may not win awards for the quality of its ingredients any time soon, but the eggs are always perfectly fried, the bacon crispy and […]
We all want to have a great freshers week, but there can come a time when the list of nights in Tiger Tiger and Fifth seem endless. We’ve put together a list of 10 nights out that are guaranteed to add some variation to your partying schedule and help you get closer to your new […]
A methodological approach to disappointment
Struggling with eating healthy and getting enough nutrition in your diet? Lacey Munroe discusses the pros and cons of various diets in her new eBook, Ways to Eat
Helena Maxwell-Jackson creates a brunch that means no worries for the rest of your days
Manchester’s travel network is great—but it can be expensive. Here’s some advice on keeping your travel costs down when you start your university journey
Fancy a good night out in Manchester? Olly Mitchell is here to help
Coordinator of ‘BY30’, Raphaé Memon, welcomes you to his monthly event: ‘Three speakers, each talking for thirty minutes, with an opportunity to meet and chat with them afterwards.’
Nancy Barnes draws our attention to the artistic work that goes into a night out, beside the music.