For one week and for one week only we have the pleasure of our very own agony aunt column.
For months Book Club has been confined to the dusty corner of the Literature section, begging for proper attention and desperate to host more uninformative, moronic questions. Well, Book Club, today is your day: watch yourself sprawl mightily across the page in a lavish and carefree manner! Watch as I ask several students several questions […]
A cannabis farm containing 400 plants has been found under a trap door in Greater Manchester. The farm was discovered in Whitefield, Bury by police on the 8th February. 200 mature plants and 200 seedlings were found concealed by a makeshift trap door in the basement of a house on Dales Lane. Inspector Mark commented […]
COTTON: Global Threads, the Whitworth Art Gallery’s contribution to London 2012 Cultural Olympiad programme Stories of the World, aptly fulfils its brief. Ranging from Egyptian textiles to contemporary installations, the exhibition tells a universal tale of the production of cotton, and the effects of its consumption, trade and disposal. In contrast to Manchester’s February misty […]
“after just under five months, they have raised over £27,000.”
It’s that time of year again.
A look at the more competitive side of Manchester’s most notorious sports team…
Taking a look at famous sportsman of the past!
Vince Cable has dropped plans to charge students for re-paying their student loans early
Social Anthropology student, Amy, meets PPE student, Sam, over some steak and unwelcome red wine.
As January reared its ugly head with impractical New Year resolutions and post-festivity blues, we were all in need of a pick-me-up, and what better way to do so than see in the birthday of one of the most celebrated and acclaimed sporting heroes of all time, Muhammad Ali. This year the self proclaimed ‘king’ […]
Oliver Taylor and Oliver Harman discuss whether Uni Place should be the start of Manchester’s version of Times Square, NY.
I’m not sure what I was expecting from A Flash of Light: The Dance Photography of Chris Nash – just pointe shoes and the perfect arabesque, perhaps. I couldn’t have been more wrong; these are extraordinary images that are all charged with energy, immediacy and a vibrant vitality. Surprisingly, from a collection of colour-saturated images, […]