Jackelyn Howell and Bella Jewell reflect on an evening of enlightening discussion and performance with The Chanteuse; from Piaf, to Modiano, the singer brought the raw emotion of french music to the Students’ Union
Oliver Storey suggests that the demoncracy of the country rests on us having another opportunity to vote for or against Brexit.
New research from the University of Manchester has revealed correlation between skin odour and Parkinson’s
ManSEDS’ annual Innovation in Space Festival featured Bob Morris, Chair of the Northern Space Consortium, who detailed how the UK space industry has changed recently
Erasmus programmes are in jeopardy over loss of funding
The Mancunion will have funding protected for three years as Senate also holds an indicative vote on calls to annul two results from this month’s Exec officer elections
A night at Retro on Manchester’s Sackville Street exhibits what the current student music scene has to offer as they host Monday Night Special as their headliners
Josh Sandy reviews Avey Tare’s third solo psychedelic album Cows on Hourglass Pond – but is it as underwhelming as his previous two?
Will Robinson reviews Netflix’s aptly named Love, Death & Robots, the latest take on the growingly popular anthology-style of television.
The pub, located at the end of the curry mile, hasn’t been in use for a number of years but is seen by many as an artefact and a ‘central part of Rusholme’s identity’
Iwan Hopkins writes about the amount of money the Brexit process, let alone the exit itself, is costing Britain, and how the clock is ticking for Theresa.
The University is the top-ranked in Europe, in a new table that focuses on social impact
Alexia Pieretti reviews The Funeral Director on its visit to HOME
The results are in – find out who won the awards at the Drama Society’s MIFTA ceremony
Jack Melvin chats to Drenge about their return to touring hot off the back of their latest full-length release ‘Strange Creatures’ and gives his take on their O2 Ritz headline show
YONAKA take to the stage to perform a raucous sold-out set at Manchester’s Deaf Institute with stellar supports, Cassyette and Valeras
Despite the high demand for more male contraception, the development of gels or pills for men has a long way to go before they hit the shelves.