The Kind Words and Moos stand out as eye-opening insights into modern Jewish life
Elizabeth Gibson recommends books to inspire and comfort, whether you are a newcomer to Manchester or a returning student
In light of the Adam Johnson court case, Toby Webb looks into sportspeople and the difficult concept of role models
Six months on from the General Election, Polly Bartlett takes a look into the effects of austerity on Manchester’s most vulnerable
Alex Daniel argues for humanity’s sake, that we shouldn’t underestimate the tragedy of IS destroying an ancient city and the heritage it represents
University of Manchester’s Action Palestine are hosting a Palestinian cultural evening in aid of Interpal, a charity providing relief for Palestinians in need
A new survey published by the Guardian on the 21st September has set out to discover whether having a career in arts and culture is only for the privileged
Caitlin Noon talks cosmetic surgery, eating disorders and the true definition of beauty.
Plan ahead and get your tickets now for the 11th-14th October, a weekend packed with events, exhibitions and cultural happenings across the city.
With its recent changes and historical significance seemingly in conflict, is it time to rethink the BBC’s funding?
As the new term begins let us welcome you to the Fashion and Beauty section of The Mancunion and tempt you to enjoy our weekly offerings
What are the no no’s of social etiquette around the world? Louisa Hall introduces a few for the travellers
Join internationally ignored superstar, Kyle Zabawa, on a journey into global influences on British menswear in 2015
Georgia Welch explores the difficulties of an anti-meat lifestyle in today’s society
Selsabil Amine discusses the powerful presence and important role carried out by the university’s Indian Dance Society