The UCU has decided to take to the ballot over a number of nationwide cuts, meaning possible nationwide disruption to university life.
After a year of rent strikes, fences, and accusations of racial profiling, UoM dropped out of the top 20 rankings
Experts have been questioned about the Manchester Arena bombing with the coordination of the responders being called in to question.
The SU and Students on Sustainable Drug Policy are working together to provide drug testing kits for students
University of Manchester and the Freshers Fair have been shut down this morning due to a burst pipe on Oxford Road
Will lectures really be online forever? The Mancunion interview with April McMahon and Dan George broken down
Students have occupied the University of Manchester as a protest against the treatment of students and staff since the beginning of the academic year. This action is viewed as a last resort by the occupiers, after months of protests of various kinds. The occupiers have written an open letter to Nancy Rothwell, which details the […]
Wearing masks of the Senior Leadership’s faces, Manchester Nancy Out campaign staged a sit-in to protest the ‘lack of action’ from the University following the vote of no confidence
Blake Crompton explores the potential for bioplastics in a world plagued by the waste we’ve created.
An alternative, unofficial Sports Society Freshers Fair has taken place in the Armitage Centre following the Oxford Road flooding that has caused severe disruption across Manchester.
United Utilities urges customers to reduce their water usage due to reservoir water levels reaching worrying lows
The plan for the vaccine passes has been cancelled in England but some places may continue using it to ensure safety of visitors and staff. This is a month after the department of education announced that they will not be using covid passes for students.
University of Manchester buildings re-open after severe flooding led to the closure of Oxford Road and welcome events being postponed
Manchester’s Student’s Union has decided to cater for all students by announcing two wristbands for Welcome Week.
What next for the Nancy Out! campaign? Will Nancy Rothwell be forced to resign?
Lizzie Wallis reviews the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Dream, a play using VR, based on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Amelia Cummins discusses whether large tech corporations are really as green as they seem.