University Of Manchester Men’s 1st XV – 29
Manchester Metropolitan University – 11
University of Manchester Women’s – 57
University of Salford Women’s – 19
With show proposals swamping the studio and scheduling in full swing the Fuse team are eagerly awaiting getting back on the airwaves 9th October when we’ll be broadcasting for ten weeks. We’re going to be training all week, so if you’ve been lucky enough to bag yourself a show prepare to be amazed. Fuse has […]
Last year the University of Manchester Students’ Union mandated The Mancunion to feature the stories of students at Al-Najah University, which our students’ union is twinned with. Al-Najah is based in Nablus, in the West Bank. The aim of this is to show the everyday experiences of students in the Palestinian territories. Here is an account given by student Sa’ed Abu Ayash.
12th-27th October 2011
Enoch Powell was vilifed for his 1968 ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech – but Oliver Johnstone believes he is the greatest British Prime Minister we never had
Civil Engineering stud, Tom, meets Linguistics lover, Naomi, over some steak and sticky toffee pud!
The age of multi-billion dollar presidential campaigns has bred a generation of US politicians who are increasingly beholden to wealthy donors
You’ll probably want to do this.
Asim Javed faces an indeterminate prison sentence for attacking two women in Fallowfield and Didsbury. Joshua Carroll, Catriona Gray, Duncan Jaycock and Hannah Tosh report
Sinead Bird counts down her favourite movie heroines
For all of President Obama’s idealistic rhetoric, it falls to our European leaders to take action over the Middle East peace process
Andrew Williams explains why his love affair with the Labour Party is over – for now
The travelling bug has hit students everywhere, get yourself down to STA for treatment now.
With the Tory Conference descending on Manchester, we ask our political party societies why their party is the one to watch this week