“Radical” methods are needed to ensure universities meet diversity targets.
The buzzwords flying around amidst the air of this year’s iteration of LFWM were diversity, creativity, representation, and reflection.
It is sometimes said that those who have been in the field the longest have the most to offer, and that could certainly be argued to be true for veteran supermodel Naomi Campbell
With the upcoming Victoria’s Secret show being labelled the ‘most diverse’ yet, Fashion and Beauty Editor Talia Lee-Skudder questions whether the brand truly is representative
This London Fashion week saw diversity celebrated on the runways but the spotlight was on London based brand Teatum Jones, writes Fashion and Beauty Editor Talia Lee-Skudder
Recent statistics show that there are no black managers, directors, or senior officials at any UK universities
Books editor Roma Havers interviews the poet Lemn Sissay on his new book Gold from the Stone and his role as Chancellor of the University of Manchester
Following the controversy regarding the Marc Jacobs SS17 show, contributor Jai Joshi weighs in on the debate on diversity within the industry and calls for a need to change
Charlotte Smith praises Qaisra Shahraz for her work as an author and humanitarian and shares thoughts on her Lifetime Achiever Award from the National Diversity Awards
Head down to Manchester Academy for a cultural extravaganza
Sophie Marriott explores Manchester University’s reaction to recent revelations by the Royal Historical Society regarding the distinct lack of racial diversity in the study of history in higher education.
Riddi Viswanathan has faced a torrid social media backlash after university opposition to Generation Identity’s sticker campaign
Saira Baksh introduces us to the Women’s Theatre Society at the University of Manchester
A reflection on 2017’s International Women’s Day, what it means for feminism, and how it can help us reflect on the fight for gender equality
CSSA-MAN holds its third Chinese Culture Festival in Academy 1 this Wednesday, allowing students to try everything from Chinese food to mah-jong
Elrica Degirmen offers her view on the dangers for women in STEM subjects
Jenny Knowles suggests that fashion magazines are failing in one crucial area: diversity—with the ultimate fashion bible Vogue being perhaps the worst culprit.