A list of places to celebrate pride in Manchester this weekend including the best inclusive student places to visit and celebrate
This Valentine’s Day weekend join The Village Screen pop-up cinema at Manchester’s historic Victoria Baths for one-off screenings of True Romance and Bridesmaids
A guide to Manchester’s cinemas, festivals and events for 2019
Ellie Martin advises students how to get into the festive spirit whilst still at university before the dreaded revision period hits
Bella Jewell meets with three members of the team behind ‘Art on the Sly’: a group of students who are seeking to make art accessible to all
An alternative way to enjoy Welcome Week, without party focus. Jessica Blair debunks the myth that university excludes sober students.
A diverse range of fun events are taking place across the week which hope to help students engage with Jesus Christ and Christianity
A 10-minute journey to the arctic! Sophia Macpherson unveils Hinterland’s world of Christmas adventure
Roma Havers’ previews the University of Manchester’s closest Slam poetry night at the Contact Theatre, at 7pm on the 3rd March 2017
The North will rise again is an online festival set to take place across two iconic northern venues; will the line up fly up to successes in this challenging time?
UoM Feminist Collective member Tallulah Brennan is re-thinking masculinity and how a patriarchal society is affecting us all
Navigating Freshers’ Week as a sober student can be difficult – Events to meet new people where alcohol won’t be the main focus of the evening are scarce, so here is a list of a few taking place in Manchester
Sylvie Copley talks about The Big Change Society, and how students can help tackle the issue of homelessness while at University.
We’re introducing you to the largest society at The University of Manchester: the Islamic Society
A celebration of women in STEM for International Women’s Day at the Museum of Science and Industry
The four-day event, which showcases and strengthens talent within the North’s tech industries, will be held in Manchester this week
Biennial festival brings more money into local economy than ever before