A spotlight on four societies that you might not have heard of, but are ideal for those looking to start something new
Get involved, do something worthwhile, cycle from London to Paris for Breast Cancer Now
Student Action are running ‘Breakout’; a four day activity programme in the week beginning the 6th of April during the Easter holidays with disadvantaged children aged 8 to 10 from a local school
This week the Manchester Debating Union will discuss the reintroduction of grammar schools in the UK
Manchester Chinese Business Society could be the gateway to finding your perfect business partner.
Manchester Nigerian Students’ Society aims to unite students of Nigeria and keep contact with culture and identity in a friendly and positive atmosphere.
CATS are a new society dedicated to raising awareness of cancer in young people.
No, they don’t play the bones.
The first Pangaea festival of the academic year promises to be a great night, helped along by some of Manchester’s most party-ready societies.
ISOM hosted a Diwali Mela at the Manchester Academy, capturing the magic of the festival
University of Manchester Save the Children organise fundraising events to raise awareness and support for the national charities work in over 120 countries are looking for more volunteers
The Giving Voice campaign will help speech and language therapy services demonstrate speech and language therapists unique value to national and local decision makers
What if the medicines that could save your life cost a hundred times what you earn in a year?
A team of students are heading up Black History Month celebrations; here’s how you can get involved.
Sexpression runs campaigns for better sexual education for all, throughout Manchester and the UK.
Manchester Psychology Society are ready for a new year with a packed programme of events, open to students of all disciplines.
Dr. Imran Satia, chair of the Manchester Lung and Allergy Research Society, invites students to get involved with his clinical research.