Unattainable beauty standards are everywhere, but social media is changing exponentially increasing these pressures
The Ali G is famed amongst University of Manchester students for being open 24 hours, but could this be detrimental?
Writer Serafina Kenny looks at the history of International Women’s Day, and how Manchester celebrated in 2020
Get two for the price of one and get away to Glasgow and Aberdeen in this week’s Let’s Get Away
Phoebe Moore writes that students’ disrupted timetable due to the UCU strikes impacts our education, but may also be impacting our wellbeing
We’re escaping to Bologna, as travel writer Phoebe Moore shares some of her favourite places to visit
Squat raves have resurfaced and are popular once more, Sophie Pitches considers if there’s something club nights could learn from rave culture
Writer Heidy Lo questions if university really can be the best years of your life, especially as we graduate so young
Failure in education is still heavily criticised. But do we need to give ourselves a rest from such pressure and learn to accept our mistakes?
Teacup puppies are undeniably cute but social media is hiding the unethical practices that allow these dogs to exist
Writer Heidy Lo visits London for this week’s Let’s Get Away
The gender pay gap and equal pay are both important, but it’s also necessary to know the differences between these terms to understand the statistics
Writer Lottie Norton questions if social media and apps are unintentionally encouraging people to undergo cosmetic surgery due to Selfie Dysmorphia
We’re off to Amsterdam to explore the winding canals and museums, all on a student budget – let’s get away!
Graduation is fast approaching for many students, which can make many feel anxious about the future
The Oscars celebrate thrillers, but are too scared to show a mother’s postpartum experience – it’s time to prepare, celebrate and support mothers
From dormant volcanoes to dog cafes, Edinburgh offers a great weekend away to a capital city while sticking to a student budget