Saoirse Akhtar Farren reviews a sexpression talk discussing the relationship between art and sex, considering the male gaze and historical context.
Bella Fleming catches up with Folk singer, Beans On Toast, to get all the gossip about his latest tour and the influences that shaped his musical career.
English folk-singer, Beans on Toast presented a very heart-warming evening at Manchester’s Gorilla writes contributor Alex Wain.
Film journalist Anna Smith brings her podcast Girls on Film to HOME for a live recording
Pete Bottomley of White Paper Games speaks about their latest project – The Occupation – on the eve of its release
Fresh new halls are filling the huge void left by the emptying of the Owens Park Tower at the start of this academic year. Mansion Point is the latest of these additions to Fallowfield life, offering a renovated Allen Hall, the old postgraduate accommodation on Wilmslow Road, from the beginning of next academic year. It’s […]
A new study predicts increased employment growth in Manchester after Brexit, propelling the city ahead of London
Concern is rife over whether the issues raised by the public over road closures and construction sites are actually being heard
Meet the society tackling the gender imbalance in strength sports to build an all-star team to take to University Championships
Theo Bennett reviews Simeon Barclay’s latest exhibition at the Holden Gallery at Manchester School of Art, which explores how culture shapes our identities.
A fresh and revived Pete Doherty takes to the stage with new music, dogs and a marriage proposal writes contributor Freya Thomson.
Glass Caves have been indie’s underdogs for nearly a decade, do they finally have what it takes to conquer the scene? asks Editor Olivia White.
Following a re-decoration of the Manchester branch, Las Iguanas hosted a night of carnival dances, dinner and cocktail masterclasses.
Dr John Smart was ordered to pay a fine and costs after multiple instances of racial abuse
Watching TV means that every 15-minutes there’s an interruption from a stream of advertisements, which collectively makes up a large portion of our viewing experience. I tend to roll my eyes at the awkward perfume adverts, but there are occasionally ones which do engage me. Gillette recently revealed their advert on toxic masculinity which gained […]
This SU is democratically mandated to support an NSS boycott via an active senate motion
Razan Samkari argues that online giants like Facebook are not currently compatible with modern, transparent democracies and need to be restrained by laws and policy to protect their users.