Georgie Selwood explores the ways in which climate change could impact our relationship with disease.
Just 39 fines were issued in Fallowfield for Covid-19 breaches in Semester One – we spoke to the students who received them
The more we treat COVID, the more we learn about how it wreaks such devastation on the human body. Boglarka Kenedi outlines the research on a new aspect of the virus, which could revolutionise treatment.
Nightlife is a valuable economic sector: why have its workers been cruelly abandoned?
The SafeZone app which allows anonymous reporting of Covid breaches and tracking of students locations has received backlash from first years a week after its launch.
After months of wearing face masks, we’re sick and tired of ‘maskne’. But thankfully, we’ve found the perfect face mask to solve our Covid complexions.
Annie Dabb questions the government’s newest Covid restrictions by asking what exactly a ‘substantial meal’ is, since you can have a pint with anything
2 months after the resignation of Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, Political Correspondent Archie Earle asks what’s next for the world’s 3rd largest economy?
A week of disaster and scandal for the Trump administration, coupled with a blatant disregard for the dangers of Covid, could cost the President the election, argues Joe McFadden
Mille Cummins discusses the rise of telemedicine, and whether it will continue after the pandemic.
Annie Dabb shows that Biden’s choice to appoint an all female press team shows an increasing appreciation for women in politics
How do the new COVID-19 vaccines work? Why were they made so quickly? Can we trust them?
New guidance has been released by the University today, fleshing out how the ‘student travel window’ will work
Chloe Tenn looks into the dangers of Trump’s repeated dismissal of science throughout his presidency and the pandemic
How has the pandemic affected Manchester’s lovebirds?