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.
Manchester’s Women’s Campaign offers an inclusive and varied range of events to all interested students, both within the university and in the local community.
Lauren James talks about the Zoology society and their latest trip to Blue Planet Aquarium in Chester.
Manchester University Comic Collective provide lessons and workshops to teach people how to draw and create comics, working towards producing a collaborative anthology of their work at the end of the year
Kate Bullivant talks to the Thai Society about this year’s Samaggi Games, held for the first time in Manchester
The Hiking Society organise regular day and weekend trips, welcoming people of all abilities
This week Rosie Webster of the She Choir trades places with Molly Byrne from the Dance Society
Women for Women International partners women of war with individuals across the globe to teach them skills, rights and health education
Dr. Imran Satia, chair of the Manchester Lung and Allergy Research Society, invites students to get involved with his clinical research.
UOTC provides summer and weekend experiences like no other for over 300 students from the North-West.
Find out what societies at the University of Manchester have achieved this year, from raising thousands of pounds for charity, to organising sell-out shows and competing in national competitions
Kate Bullivant talks about her three favorite societies, and the highlights of the year.
Charlie Marshall speaks to Kate Bullivant about the University of Manchester Jazz Orchestra
Rajkumar Khera talks about dancing, culture, Pangaea and The Bhangra Showdown