Perhaps you already have an idea of what clubs you will be signing up to, or maybe you are waiting to be impressed at the fairs; but what about sitting volleyball
Haider Saleem catches up with BBC World Service journalist Jon Sopel on the difficulties of covering war zones
BBC programme discovers student visa system riddled with fraud
Blind Rachael Neiman pipped to post by just one point
World renowned historian, Michael Wood, has made over a hundred documentaries and will teach at The University of Manchester from September
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– Police receive complaint over homophobic language
– Recording receives over 11,000 hits on YouTube
Geography student wows dragons with parking app
Ben Sutton encourages you to catch up with the wickedly entertaining British sitcom The Thick of It
Deborah Kermath, head caterer at Ashburne Hall, has beaten thousands of contestants to reach the finals BBC Radio 4’s Food and Farming Awards.
Ahead of tonight’s University Challenge final, we meet the all-conquering Manchester team and the man behind their continued success
The Mancunion speaks to BBC commentator Conor McNamara
The Oxford Road site formerly occupied by the BBC New Broadcasting House now offers car parking for £2
‘Festive Fifty’ expert Rachael Neiman through to the semi-finals
Andrew Williams profiles six of the University of Manchester’s most influential and prestigious scholars, past and present.