Anna Nixon examines whether BBC 3’s move back onto terrestrial television is really worth it
Sports Editor Will takes us through the concept of “March Madness” and American university sports
Spring has arrived. At least in the South of England, where I am currently waiting out lockdown before my return to Manchester. Saturday 27th February 2021 was a beautiful day; the kind of day that inspires me to write mediocre poetry about sunshine and birdsong. I went on a ten mile walk to a beautiful […]
Ayush Ramani explains what NFTs are and how they’re going to be a big part of the future of finance
Biden’s sanctions on Russia yet his softness on China, present a gloomy future for the Universal Human Rights idea and oppressed peoples.
Laura Thompson explores why people have increasingly been using Facebook groups like UoMLove and Mancfessions to find love
Internal conflicts and vaccines vacancies show that the biggest problem for the SNP in terms of gaining independence will be how they respond to problems they have created for themselves.
Nicole Leslie Charria explores how Diana Trujillo’s work at NASA is beneficial for Colombians and budding scientists alike
Greece’s recent wave of strikes exemplify the government’s failure to fulfil promises of relief after years of austerity, argues Annie Dabb
Alex Croft examines how our right to protest is under threat in the UK through the lens of the Stansted 15 case
Annie Dabb questions what exactly an Oxford education has done for Chris Whitty and makes some suggestions for the government’s Coronavirus measures
Annie Dabb looks into concerns that the pandemic may have reversed the impacts of modern feminism and sent us back to the era of 1950s housewives
Clementine Lawrence explores the ways in which political satire has become a double-edged sword
After the US imposed sanctions on Russia for the poisoning of its opposition leader, what should we expect from the Biden Administration’s approach to foreign policy?
Annie Dabb explains how Andy Burnham has already fulfilled his promise to make Manchester the perfect place to grow old
Laura Thompson speaks to students about the difficulties of online learning both at home and in student accommodation
How should the world respond amid the military coup and its resulting protests in Myanmar?