Ibrahim becomes the NUS’s third successive female BAME President, as she is elected on a platform of holding a National Student Strike
A story that follows the three days leading up to the murder by the Manson family, The Haunting of Sharon Tate fails to deliver the thrills it promises, writes Madeleine Peden
Is measuring children at age two the answer to solving the UK’s obesity problem?
Jake Oliver reviews Anteros’ debut full-length release, When We Land, which sees a clash between the band’s original DIY grit and newer, more impressive production elements
Drenge play an underwhelming set as Valeras perform admirably
Despite an underwhelming crowd reaction, grungy rock trio LA band Cherry Glazerr performed an energetic set full of cool visuals and a mixture of their new album and more well-known songs
Up-and-coming UK rapper slowthai takes Manchester’s O2 Ritz by storm leaving fans yearning for more
A neon spectacle could be found at The Deaf Havana Albert Hall gig but did it live up to expectations in sound and sonic intensity?
Students have reported break-ins on Parsonage Road and Derby Road
Saoirse Akhtar-Farren reviews the ‘Big Screen, Little Screen’ event, including the work of Robert Vas, which makes up part of Jewish History month, and reflects on the importance of such events in our current political climate which has seen increasing hostility towards minority groups
Led by Professor Stephen Taylor, University of Manchester researchers have found promising leads in their hunt to tackle ovarian cancer
Bella Fleming writes about the loss of the talented young band Her’s and their outstanding contribution to the indie music world
Filth are the UK’s next hottest heavy pysch-punk band to surface from the recent resurgence writes Editor Olivia White
Julia Jacklin proved that she is more than the heartbreak of her last album, bringing laughter, sadness and fun facts about cities across the UK” writes Bella Fleming.
From the dingy walls of Gorilla to the bouncing floor of the O2 Ritz- Idles conquer Manchester’s music scene, all the way to the Albert Hall in less than two years
Hot Chip as fresh ever performing old favourites and new tunes at Gorilla writes contributor Freya Thomson