Lucca Di Virgilio discusses the problems with profiteering from university education
The heads of thirty-five Oxford University colleges issue a letter warning of the huge impact on academia if thousands of EU staff leave UK universities
Many films, TV shows and comics unfairly portray academics as detached and incompetent, and students as lazy and drunk
The Students’ Union’s boycott of the National Student Survey is causing issues for the campaign tactics of the ever-growing Post-Crash Economics Society
Recent studies have found that only 22% of professors are female. Does this mean that universities are inherently sexist?
A report has shown that ‘workaholic’ working environments in academia are detrimental to the career paths of female academics
Eight UK universities have been given the award by the Equality Challenge Unit, which also honours institutions for gender equality
Antonia Jennings tells us why a career in academia isn’t as good as it first sounds
Andrew Williams profiles six of the University of Manchester’s most influential and prestigious scholars, past and present.
The University of Manchester has joined many institutions around the world in becoming a member of news outlet ‘The Conversation’
A new memorising technique has revealed that we may all have the capability to become a ‘genius’
T. S. Eliot examines proof-reading companies: are they killing the skill of writing a good essay?
A recent study by the University of Houston shows that male academics are more likely to suffer from work-related anxiety, depression, and ‘Imposter Syndrome’ than their female counterparts
Roma Havers previews Tiphaine Rivière’s Notes on a Thesis, as translated by Francesca Barrie
Books Editor Yasmin Mannan argues that attempts to fight radicalisation are a serious and dangerous threat to our academic liberties