A quick roundup of all book-related events coming up this term in and around Manchester
As Brexit uncertainty continues to affect migration and Higher Education, UK Universities are told to ignore the 100,000 limit set by the government
Nimo Omer looks at the success of the ‘Our Future Our Choice’ who were behind the blue bus on campus last week. Although the establishment seem baffled by their success amongst young people they have reinvigorated Brexit.
Welcome II the Terrordome bridges links between past and future, a future that has become our present and for this it is more relevant than ever.
Girlpool continue to shine and evolve when they experiment with new sounds, yet are weighed down by a handful of unadventurous indie-rock fillers.
Sophie Marriott looks at the way student culture, for all its diversity, can pigeonhole us into narrow tropes with particular expectations, and how this can restrain our ability to explore our self-identities.
Zene Davine, lead singer of glam punk group Queen Zee, talks politics, being a transwoman and the DIY production of their self-titled debut
Angus Dickson discusses the reasons for the decline of Modern Art’s popularity by exploring how xenophobia, cultural progression, and artistic theory impact upon our definitions of ‘art’
In an effort to streamline their yearly awards ceremony, The Academy has flipped the bird to the film industry in favour of pleasing the masses
From smarter toasters to cars to street lamps, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a movement that will have profound implications for industry and security.
We look at Cristian Bodnar’s work in artificial intelligence and machine learning that won him a prestigious award by the Global Undergraduate Summit.
In this instalment of Artefact of the Week, Bella Jewell examines a mancunian treasure, The Toast Rack: a grade two listed brutalist masterpiece.
Contributor Bella Fleming spills all the details on the upcoming BRIT Awards and everything you need to know in preparation for the big night.
Are you thinking of creating a society but just don’t know how? Ellie Martin lays out everything you need to know to get started.
Photography student, Ryan Gear, discusses how his work challenges the stereotypes surrounding landscape photography, whilst deconstructing the mundane of our everyday existence.
Tilda Gratton interviews FEET who retreated into a rural barn in Cambridgeshire after leaving university to work on their new material.
Aaron Comer speaks to James Herdman who gave up alcohol and cigarettes for 100 days while at university, and discovered numerous benefits which the experience gave him