Kate Fawcett explores the modern dating phenomenon of ghosting, and its harmful impact on self-esteem
It is no mystery that social media has shaped the way we interact. However, new studies have found that online platforms are contributing to relationships becoming increasingly superficial
With LGBT History Month approaching, Jessica Blair takes a look at the upcoming events aiming to celebrate Manchester’s diverse community in a time of political adversity
Instagram is full of fitness related accounts, but how damaging is ‘fitspiration’? Emma Price looks at the wealth of misinformation spread by influencers, and the impact it has on both mental and physical health
A poll by The Mancunion revealed a startling lack of reporting of sexual assault
In a follow-up article on the female fitness industry, Emma Price exposes the detrimental impacts male fitness influencers can have on both physical and mental wellbeing
SHAG is a website and platform aimed at creating a safe space for sexual expression. It merges art with important conversations, increasing awareness of sexual experiences – both good and bad.
A recent proposal put forward by Higher Education Minister, Sam Gyimah seeks to enforce that universities inform parents if their children are facing a crisis with regards to mental health. He wants universities to work in loco parentis, paying closer attention to the wellbeing of their students.
Sophia Ashby spoke to three students behind Misogyny Is Hate to understand their involvement and the challenges they have faced
Cleaning is the newest weapon in the battle against the highly filtered unreality of lifestyle influencers – Sophia Ashby discusses the success of ‘cleanfluencers’ in an age of materialism
Eva Gerretsen discusses why today’s youth are so opposed to New Year resolutions, and some alternatives that could help us to be less self-centred
In the midst of student house hunting season, Sophia Ashby takes a look at the do’s and don’ts of choosing a property.
Victoria Evans speaks about Hanukkah, and the importance of remembering other cultural traditions during the Christmas period.
Victoria Evans speaks to Gaby Hartfield about ‘Once a Month’, a Student Action project fighting period poverty in a compassionate and practical way.
Victoria Evans explores the ‘Women Who Shaped Manchester’ exhibition at the John Rylands Library, and delves into the history of a city built on female resilience.
Dating apps are becoming ever increasingly popular, and many are finding true love through their phones. But does this online world encourage a disingenuous approach to relationships?
The Student Union’s Advice Services share how to report a hate crime and where to find support for victims.