By Angela Neary
How far from Manchester can you get in 30 hours without spending a penny?
Choosing not to drink at university can result in some people feeling excluded from socials where alcohol is the main focus. What are the implications for societies?
FUSE FM is YOUR student radio station. We are now broadcasting LIVE from the Students’ Union. You can tune in online at www.fusefm.co.uk Don’t forget our club night FUSE PRESENTS every second Monday at Revolutions in Fallowfield. www.facebook.com/fusefmmanchester @FuseFM BROADCAST 23 HAS BEGUN. The “on-air” switch was hit on Sunday at 8am […]
With show proposals swamping the studio and scheduling in full swing the Fuse team are eagerly awaiting getting back on the airwaves 9th October when we’ll be broadcasting for ten weeks. We’re going to be training all week, so if you’ve been lucky enough to bag yourself a show prepare to be amazed. Fuse has […]
With the Tory Conference descending on Manchester, we ask our political party societies why their party is the one to watch this week
The University’s only Arts society, offering regular life drawing and other events for the arty farty
Written by Jane from Robogals
A global organisation aiming to increase women’s participation in engineering, science and technology
Welcome to a new section, dedicated entirely to Societies at the University of Manchester
By Graham Heaven
With a name like CAOS (pronounced like chaos) what more could you need from a society?
By Emma Fernell
Let loose your inner thespian and involve yourself with performance, production and professional theatre.
Is it a pain not to drink at university? Are non-drinkers excluded from some activities? Some students share their experiences.
Find out what NHSF are up to this Student Action week to contribute to their local community
Putting on Gilbert & Sullivan musicals every year for the past 60 years
By Markus Arnold
Everyone loves a good tramp
Be part of Manchester’s student radio
For the very first time we are broadcasting all year round, that means instead of just four weeks broadcasting each semester we’re going to be on air for the whole semester. Yes, that’s right – the whole semester. Exciting stuff, ‘ey?
We’re all increasingly aware of where our food is from and how it has been grown as it becomes clearer that many aspects of the current food system are unsustainable. Food can travel thousands of miles from plot to plate, causing irreparable damage to our environment. These are facts we certainly can’t ignore, but in […]