David Brierley argues that the blame for the ever-present problems of stress and depression cannot be so easily laid on the apparent ‘University Lifestyle’
Alister Pearson looks back at the life of the controversial writer William S. Burroughs, who was born a century ago this year
Following the tragic death of a man at Warehouse Project, Josh Knowles examines Britain’s policy on drugs and argues that we need drastic reform
Following the recent death of one man and the hospitalisation of several others at the Warehouse Project, it’s more important than ever for students to be aware of drug-taking risks.
Christian Barrow tells us why students need to consider the worldwide impacts of purchasing recreational drugs
90% believe peers are taking drugs, compared with the reality of 54%
A man has been jailed for six years after revealing a drug empire while giving evidence in a murder trial
The proud former leader of a hashish trafficking empire talks about legalising cannabis and eating dog food
I go to a party, you offer me a toke, what do you want me to say? I say “No, thanks”, even though from the look on your face I suspect that’s not the etiquette. The truth is, I feel uncomfortable with drugs.
Manchester drug dealer busted after his fingerprints were left on a Nando’s napkin
Tim Harcourt-Powell tells the story of a student struggling with a major cannabis problem
Emily Thomas discusses how drug-taking has become endemic at Warehouse Project, with tragic consquences
Class A, B, and C drugs found in Salford dorm room
10% of students in the UK take ‘cognitive enhancing’ drugs
Police raid 13 houses across Stockport and North Wales in drug operation
When a band like The Courteeners is able to sell out the MEN Arena, there must be a clear dearth of anything remotely listenable coming out of the city.
In an exclusive interview, David Nutt’s colleague tells The Mancunion about being ‘told off’ for criticising government drug policy