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Patrick Hinton talks with Move D about the superiority of Manchester to Berlin, the stagnation of the German scene, and red wine
Lifestyle editor and suspect misanthropist Robert Firth has some top tips for anyone who just can’t be dealing with people today.
The dangers of every fashionista’s favourite app
A Greater Manchester Police anti-theft poster on campus since 2007 has caused controversy due to complaints that it perpetuates ‘victim-blaming’ attitudes
Chloe Collingwood teleports into the world of futuristic fashion
Joe Evans still feels uncomfortable with the ingrained levels of misogyny and sexism evident in our daily lives, and looks forward to a time when gender roles are no more and masculinity can lose its bad reputation
Fashion editor Susie Coen discusses the dangers of our favourite picture app
Sport Editor Thomas Turner laments the rise of the ‘half-and-half scarf’
What does the recent rise of mobile dating app Tinder have to say about the way our generation views romance? Our sceptical Lifestyle Editor gives her verdict…
Jez Dolan and Joe Richardson have developed a project to save Polari, an endangered language used in the gay community, which can be seen in their exhibition at the John Ryland’s Deansgate library. Ella Dix-Nagra catches up with Jez, one half of the project’s founders. What exactly are the origins of Polari? It’s a […]
Elaine Feinstein sparkles in the Manchester Jewish Museum, says Annie Muir
A recent NUS survey revealed what we already know: student loans are insufficient to cover most students’ living costs. Will a self-confessed big spender be able to survive on just £20 a week?
Jalayla-Kessie observes a black reflection of class-inflected existence in today’s Britain amidst Perry’s often exuberant and humorous tapestries.
WHAT’S HOT NOW The Crop Top The midriffs are back out, even throughout winter. This basic crop tee from Topshop is perfect for all occasions and has us thinking of high waisted jeans ‘Friends’ style and short shorts to embrace your inner Spice Girl. The Dungarees The casual style of the 90s is […]
Charlotte Green explains why Private Eye editor Ian Hislop is her political hero…
Massive Open Online Courses are widening access, but some doubt they can match the student experience
Rioting on the streets, a tanking economy and a divided nation – Caracas-based journalist Girish Gupta speaks to The Mancunion about life beyond Hugo Chavez