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Womb with a view?: The abortion debate on university campuses

Womb with a view?: The abortion debate on university campuses

What are university pro-life societies? Are they just about abortion? The Mancunion speaks to two such societies and UoM’s Feminist Collective to find out
Talking about statues: Takings from Creative Manchester’s discussion on statues and public murals

Talking about statues: Takings from Creative Manchester’s discussion on statues and public murals

Should statues be removed? A recap of the discussion chaired by UoM’s own David Olusoga
Leeds chosen for Channel 4’s new HQ over Manchester

Leeds chosen for Channel 4’s new HQ over Manchester

The broadcaster has also chosen Bristol and Glasgow to house two new creative hubs
Universities are still failing to address mental health

Universities are still failing to address mental health

Sophie Marriott argues that the University of Bristol’s recently announced scheme to safeguard students who suffer from mental health problems exemplifies the apprehension to confront the issue of suicides on UK campuses.

TEF awards: Bronze, Silver, Gold, or fraud?

The University of Manchester Students’ Union’s Education Officer Emma Atkins considers the impact of the recent TEF awards, and questions the role of TEF in the intricate, diverse world of higher education

The best UK destinations for the Easter break

Jack Greeney takes a look at some of the greatest places to visit a little closer to home over the Easter break period, so get planning your trips now

Bristol students accused of ‘blacking up’

Two students have been heavily criticised for their fancy dress outfits amidst a growing culture of racism at the University of Bristol

A guide to art over the Christmas break

Laura Joyce gives the breakdown to what’s on nationwide this Christmas

Festival Preview: ArcTanGent

ArcTanGent is bringing some of the biggest and brightest UK festival exclusives, from mathcore to post rock and everything in between

Live: Massive Attack

Massive Attack hit the musical standard they’ve set for themselves, but leave the crowd uneasy with their heavy-handed activism

Smoke ’em Out?

Is a ban on smoking in public even possible? Bristol seems to think so

£6000 fees threaten economy and education, say English Vice-Chancellors

Bosses from universities including Birmingham and Reading have harshly criticised suggestions from the Labour Party of cutting the cap on tuition fees to £6000

Introducing: Artifact

We caught up with Artifact to discuss polyrhythmic patterns, production techniques and his upcoming set at the Simple Things Festival.

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