A step by step guide to preparing a hearty and delicious ramen, suitable for vegans, vegetarians and students on a budget!
Students claimed the fencing had been put up overnight in Owens Park near the Armitage Centre with no prior communication
Amelia Cummins discusses how increased screen time due to online learning is negatively affecting student health and wellbeing
Trump still hasn’t shown, but I can predict what he’s going to say. And by the time this article is out, you will know as well.
Have a go at this week’s puzzles. We’ve been inspired by buildings at the university and the Mancunian music scene!
Democrat Nominee Joe Biden could win US election in the country’s biggest turnout in 100 years, polls indicate
Annie Dabb and Laura Thompson count the ways online university and increased technology usage is negatively impacting students
Columnist Anna Jin speaks to the Manchester-based designer Tatiana Ngamba about her sustainable clothing brand and thoughts on fast fashion
Outrageous, thought-provoking, and politically charged, Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Borat’ sequel has big swings but few hits
Sampling some delightful vegetarian dishes from the Indian street food restaurant, Chit ‘N’ Chaat
Amelia Cummins discusses archaeological practices and what they can reveal about the history of humanity
How does astrology actually work and why do so many people believe in it?
Find out which Looney Tunes character you are, based on your star sign!
Third-year student Kathryn McDonald speaks out about her experiences dealing with the transition to online learning from a DASS perspective
On Tuesday 3rd November, America will go to the polls to vote…
Writer Gabriel Barnett chats to Paddy Hanna about his latest album ‘The Hills’, its exploration of the past, and dazzling, rustic lyricsm
We spoke to Black in Fashion: a Manchester-based platform creating opportunities and connections for black creatives in the north