It was also revealed that Professor Dame Rothwell’s overall pay packet fell by £34,000
The University’s most populous halls of residence is under threat of closure of being re-let. We investigate what this means for the area’s future.
Sophie Marriott explores Manchester University’s reaction to recent revelations by the Royal Historical Society regarding the distinct lack of racial diversity in the study of history in higher education.
Mia Gair investigates how the University of Manchester invests its money in weird and wonderful companies around the world.
This comes as the government launches a review of whether to include misogyny as a hate crime in UK legislation.
Felix Hanif-Banks explores whether your favourite Fallowfield eateries are really up to the hygiene scratch
Felix Hanif-Banks takes a holistic view of ‘clapgate’ and makes an argument for the policy’s existence, encouraging students to engage more wth senate.
Manchester is known internationally as one of the UK’s best places to live, a reputation that locals and students alike will never tire of flaunting. Buzzing nightlife, expansive shopping centres and an ever-rising skyline all show off the best Manchester has to offer, but in stark contrast to this the issues of rough sleeping and […]
Business owners across Fallowfield are being forced to plan for a future without a bustling student population, and many fear for the negative impact it will have on not only individual businesses, but the area as a whole. As the latest State of the City Report has alluded to, the Council’s plans to move a […]
A Freedom of Information request by The Mancunion has revealed that the University invested £9.9m this year in fossil fuel and oil companies
Investigations editor, Felix Hanif-Banks takes a look at the crime figures posted in Manchester City Council’s latest ‘State of the City Report’.
We trace the origins of the misogyny is hate campaign, and look at how public support in Nottingham hasn’t translated into concrete results
Proposals to build a 35-storey tower bloc, dubbed the ‘Flintoff Towers’ by local residents, have been turned down by Manchester councillors after fears it would have a ‘disastrous’ impact on the Castlefield Conservation area
In a nationwide survey students were found to be supportive of a Living Wage for University staff and for Vice-Chancellors’ pay to be cut, as wage statistics for universities are revealed.
A proposal to build six ‘townhouses’ with 36 bedrooms for students in Victoria Park has been turned down by Manchester City Council after opposition from nearby residents
Whilst senior officers have declared that they have increased patrols, promising relentlessness in their attempts at alleviating crime in Fallowfield, there remains wide-scale doubt and fear amongst students living in the area. There are of course schemes in place to offer safety to students, so why is there such unrest amongst them? Greater Manchester Police’s […]