11 students in a month have been the victim of thieves on bikes on the Oxford Road
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Sophie James quizzes casting director Nina Gold on Les Mis, the film industry and the next Bond
As Manchester weather seems to be going through an awkward bout of puberty, Miles Zilesnick highlights three key pieces to help men through “the change”.
Pickpocket gangs operate in WHP, target 18-21 year olds
Our new weekly column comes courtesy of the Everyday Analysis Collective, a Manchester based group who dissect and analyse the signs of our everyday life
Jessica Cusack on the economics of it all.
Emma Williams discusses the recent increase in stolen smartphones – and offers tips on how to avoid being part of the ‘brick’ club…
Alasdair Preston looks at the rise of smartphone gaming
A library lottery win, app-ordering drinks in Deansgate and a vigil held in memory of police officers
A study has found that most European languages lack the technological support required to survive in the digital age
Manchester to get new super-fast 4G mobile network; Man charged over suspected gas explosion; New Prof at Man Met
As the Beach Boys celebrate their 50th anniversary tour, trawling the length and breadth of America and Europe off the back of their 30th studio album, one must hark back to pop music’s golden age. The Beach Boys were once part of one of pop music’s most notorious duels, in constant competition with four mop-haired […]
The paternal President was a pillar of great strength in the face of a belligerent world, writes Cat Hanson
Call me old fashioned, pretentious, whatever else, but something really gets my goat about the proliferation of Facebook ‘photographers’. I don’t understand the need for so many pictures while clubbing or drinking. Every night out validated by posing, posting and commenting on the same cookie cutter images with different faces? This isn’t purely a clubber’s […]
Hearty congratulations must go to the University this week after they resolved to pay all of their staff in line with their own pay scales. This means that service staff will be paid at least £7.80 an hour. Given the difficult economic climate and financial difficulties hitting the higher education sector it is particularly commendable […]
This week, Oli Rahman gives us an in-depth story on the Japanese earthquake that wreaked havoc on Japan almost a year ago.
Former soldier turned PhD student creates app for burn victims
Phoebe Clarke chats to the big man himself about his new album and outside-of-music business ventures.