The Mancunion understands that the ‘People and Planet’ group burst into the meeting to campaign against the University’s investment in fossil fuels
A new study predicts increased employment growth in Manchester after Brexit, propelling the city ahead of London
Concern is rife over whether the issues raised by the public over road closures and construction sites are actually being heard
Spending cuts as a result of austerity have prevented Manchester from outshining rival international cities, but is the Northern Powerhouse still an attainable vision?
The annual march comes back to Manchester for its biggest year yet
Almost half of all vice-chancellors received a salary of over £300,000, while a number of universities are forced into job cuts amid deficits
We look at Cristian Bodnar’s work in artificial intelligence and machine learning that won him a prestigious award by the Global Undergraduate Summit.
A motion requesting official support of Extinction Rebellion was passed at the University of Manchester Students Union Senate on 7thFebruary. Achieving a majority backing of 68%, barely above the 66% threshold required to pass a Senate motion. The direct action climate change pressure group gathered widespread attention last November after protestors managed to halt traffic […]
Dr John Smart was ordered to pay a fine and costs after multiple instances of racial abuse
This SU is democratically mandated to support an NSS boycott via an active senate motion
Reports published by Higher Education Statistics Agency shows that the University of Manchester enrols 5.3% less disadvantaged students than the UK average
The long-term trial found that annual breast screening in women aged 35-39 who were identified to be at ‘moderate’ or ‘high’ risk of breast cancer detected tumours when they were significantly smaller in size and less likely to spread
A Prior Information of Notice was submitted last week by the university to invite investors to consider subsidising the new North Campus
As Brexit uncertainty continues to affect migration and Higher Education, UK Universities are told to ignore the 100,000 limit set by the government
Following a £5.2 million investment, more electric buses will be seen in Greater Manchester
A position paper was published last September looking at the benefits and risks of a merger between the Schools of Law and Social Sciences