Writer Victoria Evans explains the state of tattoos in modern-day society
Leilani Neil discusses the media’s obsession with perpetuating racist stereotypes of black men…
Shaheena reviews Salman Rushdie’s latest book – a modern retelling of Don Quixote in ‘the Age of Anything-Can-Happen’
Sam Bronheim offers her personal top 5 reasons for why you should go to see the theatre
The Ghanaian Society have got big things planned for the upcoming year
Cleaning is the newest weapon in the battle against the highly filtered unreality of lifestyle influencers – Sophia Ashby discusses the success of ‘cleanfluencers’ in an age of materialism
Victoria Evans speaks about Hanukkah, and the importance of remembering other cultural traditions during the Christmas period.
Arts and Film editors, Bella Jewell and Aisha Al-Janabi, preview MACFest: a ground-breaking festival which will run from the 17th November to the 25th, created to celebrate Islamic culture
Lauren Valentine contends that cultural modules are an essential part of any language degree, and students should be striving for a deeper understanding of a country’s culture, not just furthering their career.
Tattoos don’t need to have a meaning for you, but a culturally appropriated symbol might have meaning to someone else
Bella Jewell reflects upon her experience of Nantes – a north western French city whose gritty past and innovative present channels the atmosphere of Manchester
Alia Nawaz details the upcoming manchester Literature festival October 2019
Theatre tickets are expensive, but Theatre Editor Jay Darcy explains how young people and students can take advantage of the schemes, offers and discounts in place
Head down to Manchester Academy for a cultural extravaganza
‘Breaking the Occupation of the Mind’, overshadowed its rough edges with thought-provoking contributions
Aisha Al-Janabi and Bella Jewell reflect on the vibrant and celebratory launch event of MACFEST 2018
Juliette Flach reviews the ‘Journeys Live’ World Music event which took place in Manchester’s Cathedral Gardens, reflecting on the positive messages of displayed in the face of hatred and division.