Oliver Johnstone explores parallels between student protests in Chile and here in the UK
Some soared, others flopped as the three major parties gathered for their annual conferences
With the release of his book, ‘The Good, The Bad and The Multiplex’, we take a look at the UK’s foremost film critic: Mark Kermode
Woody, Wilson and Whimsy
A peek at the labyrinthian mind of Haruki Murakami
Using the process of 3-D printing, the environmentally friendly Urbee hybrid car displays the future of manufacturing.
Apple are in court proceedings once again, this time accused of copyright infringement by VIA Technologies.
The Strokes, Arcade Fire and Elbow come under Tom Hickman’s scrutiny in the first of our summer festival highlights.
Will things turn out all Rosie for this social sciences couple? Or will he Rob her heart on this week’s blind date?
Andrew Williams heads our review of this year’s party conference season – and he is crying out for an end to this “outdated and obsolete charade”
Cornerhouse does it again!
“The name’s Bean, Mr. Bean”
In recognition of UMSU’s Black and Ethnic Minority Week, Lucy Hall pays homage to one of the great anti-apartheid activists, Joe Slovo
Doing our bit to annoy everyone else
After decades of service to science, a NASA satellite has crashed into the earth under much confusion as to where it would land.
MUMS will be performing Tchaikovsky’s incredibly moving 6th Symphony for your enjoyment.
Fahim Sachedina, tells The Mancunion about the significance of Black and Ethnic Minorities Week which takes place across the university this week