The Mancunion’s projections show some student maintenance loans will lose around £450 in value in the coming academic year
The Mancunion reveals the complications many patients have struggled with when attempting to get contraception from their GP in Fallowfield. Students spoke of the inconsistent and unhelpful contraceptive and sexual health services in Manchester.
International students are left disappointed by the University’s response to the growing Covid-19 cases
A Mancunion investigation has revealed that G-A-Y’s bouncers are allegedly judging clubbers on whether they are ‘gay enough’ to enter the club
Restaurant and bar spending via University of Manchester staff purchasing cards totalled just £150 in December 2020, compared to £22,000 in December 2019.
Students speak of their experiences with debt after using ‘buy now, pay later’ service Klarna
Aimee Butler gives us an insight into how university societies have been faring amidst the coronavirus pandemic
How UoM students are embracing lockdown to launch businesses and improve their mental health
The SafeZone app which allows anonymous reporting of Covid breaches and tracking of students locations has received backlash from first years a week after its launch.
Nursing students are still relying on food banks three years after The Mancunion last investigated
A ‘chilling’ discovery finds that the University of Manchester sets the libraries’ thermostats to 19c-21c, despite the preferred workplace temperature being 24 degrees Celsius for women and 22 degrees Celsius for men.
A Mancunion Investigation has raised questions over the effectiveness of the University of Manchester’s zero tolerance drug policy
Over 1000 students have newly disclosed mental health problems this year, but UoM has just 12 counsellors
Investigation reveals that 1 in 10 University expenses purchases were with Amazon in 2020
The 61 page Accessibility Report broken down
Just 39 fines were issued in Fallowfield for Covid-19 breaches in Semester One – we spoke to the students who received them
Vital sexual health services inaccessible to first-year students due to ‘frustrating’ WiFi ban