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
Joe McFadden outlines the argument for Nancy’s Rothwell’s removal as Vice-Chancellor and urges students to vote yes on March 8th
Will the UK’s vaccine rollout be the much-needed weapon in the government’s arsenal to win back popular support or will it be another blunder waiting to happen?
Annie Dabb examines the recent success of online grocery delivery service Ocado, and how this reflects society during lockdown
Lucy Nichols outlines the main arguments of the #nancyout campaign amongst a turbulent time for the university’s management
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?
Voting for the removal of Nancy Rothwell would be absolutely the wrong course of action, says former General Secretary Alex Tayler
Clementine Lawrence examines the difficulties universities face when it comes to navigating the minefield that is free speech
Labour finds itself in its worst identity crisis of the post-war era, something which national flags and a patriotic rhetoric won’t solve alone. Does Keir Starmer have an impossible job ahead of him?
Laura Thompson argues that an official University of Manchester Instagram Post telling students to treat the pandemic like a retreat misrepresents their mental health support provision