Can university be the best years of our life?
Writer Heidy Lo questions if university really can be the best years of your life, especially as we graduate so young
Number of money mules aged 21 and under rises by 97%
Barclays warns that students are at risk of being targeted by criminals due to their financial worries and their ignorance towards the consequences of being used as a money mule
Living on £20 a week: a guide
Sophia Ashby challenges herself to live on £20 for a week, offering her experiences and advice in the process.
Prepping for postgrad
As term, and university for many, draws to an end, Eva Gerretsen gives some much needed advice on how to prepare for life as a post-grad.
Georgia Hickey talks to Laina Cores about the upcoming Sex Week, aimed at educating and empowering people about their sexuality.
A guide on choosing a student property and reporting issues
In the midst of student house hunting season, Sophia Ashby takes a look at the do’s and don’ts of choosing a property.
The backside of Instagram: why our Monday motivators are all the same
Instagram is full of fitness related accounts, but how damaging is ‘fitspiration’? Emma Price looks at the wealth of misinformation spread by influencers, and the impact it has on both mental and physical health
Lean In: a satire
Buckle up: the girl you love to hate spills her secrets on how to have it all.
How to help: Give time, not money
Sylvie Copley talks about The Big Change Society, and how students can help tackle the issue of homelessness while at University.
How to make a complaint – the right way
Thinking of making a complaint, but unsure of the process?
What to do if you are dissatisfied with your university home
Living in private accommodation, and unhappy with your living conditions? You aren’t alone! Here are some general tips on how you can better your situation
Have you been a victim of hate crime?
In consideration of last week’s discussion of hate crime, Victoria Payton details what to do and who can help you in these situations
It’s time we talked about LGBT hate crime more
James Huyton speak candidly to The Mancunion about LGBTQ hate crime, how we can recognise it, and what you can do to combat it
How to apply for mitigating circumstances
Thinking you might need to apply for mitigating circumstances but not sure what to do? Senior advisor, Rebekah Ollerenshaw, advises how it should be done
Why you should be a student representative
Sorcha Kenway-Jennings explains why being a student rep is better than you would expect
Advice Service Manager, Victoria Payton, clues you in on how you could get a free and easy check-up of your tenancy agreement before you sign
Top tips for taking care of your well-being
With ‘Wellbeing Week’ here, student advisor, Vicki Greenwood, offers some simple steps to feeling good
Dealing with anxiety at university
Joe Whitfield speaks bravely about how he manages his anxiety and why it’s important that everyone expresses their feelings
Wise Words from the Whitworth: Paul Smith
The Whitworth welcomes renowned British designer Paul Smith for an exclusive insight into his early formative career, and now global brand
Embrace Turmeric – the Queen of spices
Not only does turmeric give curries a beautiful yellow hue, the nutritional benefits are endless.