Vibrancy and dynamism of growing up in London leap off the screen in this coming-of-age gem, writes Jonathan Hosking
Students angry at the University’s treatment of freshers have threatened a rent strike
Have inclusive makeup products truly become the standard, with the industry’s seemingly positive attitude towards inclusivity and diversity?
Rosie Sutton argues that the University of Manchester is not providing enough financial or mental support for its students
Find out which shows can still be attended live this season, as Head Theatre Editor Jay Darct discusses the Manchester theatres set to re-open with social distancing measures in place
Weng U Pun’s innovative lockdown haiku diary dictates the ins and outs of her lockdown experience
Until the Covid-19 pandemic, The University of Manchester did not offer remote learning for disabled students
From convicted vocals, to optimistic lyrics and unmatched showmanship, Alan Mcgee’s dreamy Scottish four-piece are yet to disappoint – ‘Love Collides’ is the latest track to be released by SHAMBOLICS
The surprising second-hand September that shaped, swapped, and styled some of our editorial team’s wardrobes this month
Jon Stevenson’s directorial debut Rent-A-Pal is an intriguing character study ultimately let down by its underdeveloped script and weak ending, writes Ross McFadden
From hoop earrings to the hairbrush, how many of these style staples did you know were created or popularised by black communities?
See what type of baker your sign is this week with our Great British Bake Off horoscopes!
Charlie Kaufman’s I’m Thinking of Ending Things has a lot to say but doesn’t give much reason to listen, writes Tom Kuson
Bea Bacon kicks off the creative submissions section with a reminiscing poem longing for the library lost
Haya Genawi’s poem details current events in lockdown’s relationship with BLM
Willie J Healey was jokingly once cited in an interview as the next Paul McCartney – His new album Twin Heavy without a doubt, has put him on the way to making that waggish claim a reality
A 19-year-old student has sadly passed away in his halls of residence, the death is confirmed to not be coronavirus-related