The critically-acclaimed Burnout returns to Manchester next month as a full-length, two-act play
After visiting the Reno at The Whitworth, Chess Bradley considers the empty red stripe as a symbol of being young in Manchester
Mancunion arts contributors discuss their favourite pieces of street art currently in Manchester
James Owen analyses the two England performances that maintained an undefeated decade for Gareth Southgate’s men
According to The Times, the Prime Minister’s aides said that if a general election is called next month, this could limit the time available for students to register to vote
To understand Manchester we must understand its industrial history, argues George Walker
The initiation ceremonies, which are banned by the University, are known for their extreme activities
The effort to destroy the Amazon is being bolstered by a racist government campaign, writes George Walker
Sam Bronheim offers her personal top 5 reasons for why you should go to see the theatre
Awkward Productions’ hit one-man show arrives in Manchester next month
The Spaniard now moves to within one of Roger Federer’s men’s Grand Slam record
Would you take £5 cash in hand to place on online bet?
Nimo Omer provides ways you can get involved in Manchester’s advocacy groups
The new accommodation features 1,122 new student rooms in self-catered flats, and was opened by the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Dame Nancy Rothwell.
A guide on how to apply for settled status in the UK as an EU student
You may have already heard of the National Book Tokens Scheme. It comes from the same people who bring you World Book Day and now they’re offering book-specific financial aid for students. Uni is very much about books, books, books. They’re expensive, but you definitely need to be reading. They’re mainly for academic purposes, but […]