Would the opening up of new grammar schools really help create the meritocratic society envisaged by Mrs May?
Academics find that Muslim women now outnumber Muslim men in the number of people aged 21-24 with higher education degrees, in stark contrast to past statistics
What you should know about the gender pay gap and why it’s a bigger problem than you might think…
Alexander Piggot asks whether the growth of smart drugs is leading to educational inequality and making us less intellectually able
Diana Khasa reviews one of BME MCR’s Black History Month events
Hannah McGrory reviews the monumental changes that 2015 has brought to the LGBT community and considers what the future holds in Manchester and beyond
At the university, it’s Black History Month every October. A few students were asked what Black History Month meant to them
Feminism is hardly bashful and the pervasive misandry is only serving to make men resentful, says author Swayne O’Pie
Recent studies have found that only 22% of professors are female. Does this mean that universities are inherently sexist?
University of Manchester’s Department of Physics claims prestigious award for gender equality
This summer’s GCSE results draw attention to worryingly stark regional educational inequality in Britain
Ariel Nash reflects on what Black History Month means to her and the powerful potential of the BME movement in art and culture
Everybody knows that physical violence is wrong, so why are men hit so much harder when being charged with domestic abuse?
An LGBT+ panel discussion hosted as a collaboration between charity Stonewall, the Albert Kennedy Trust, and Sparkle, will be hosted by the University of Manchester this Sunday
Men need to contribute to feminism too argues Deepanshi.