In this instalment of artefact of the week, Chess Bradley examines the once halls of residence and brutalist monstrosity, The Tower.
The new accommodation features 1,122 new student rooms in self-catered flats, and was opened by the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Dame Nancy Rothwell.
The pub, located at the end of the curry mile, hasn’t been in use for a number of years but is seen by many as an artefact and a ‘central part of Rusholme’s identity’
Rebecca Rommen examines the impact of this year’s Reclaim the Night march, with around 3,500 people taking part, and how it successfully shines a light on the topic of night-time safety.
Asbestos is slowing the progress of the building work
Tickets are being sold online for four times the original price of £20
Tucked away between the popular takeaway shops of Fallowfield, is a charming Greek restaurant, Catrin Stewart reviews the hidden gem of the student village
In this instalment of Artefact of the Week, Bella Jewell examines a mancunian treasure, The Toast Rack: a grade two listed brutalist masterpiece.
Kate Fawcett reviews the recently re-branded ‘The Bar’, which has managed to retain the essence of The Font, with its famous cheap cocktails and freshly made food
Just arrived in Manchester and confused by the distinctive way of dressing? This article might help
Students have reported break-ins on Parsonage Road and Derby Road
An angry demonstrator harassed an group of elderly pro-life protestors outside the Marie Stopes clinic in Fallowfield, before making a speedy getaway in her car
When Sainsbury’s leaves us penniless, Lidl is always there to catch the fall. Lucia Cannizzaro writes of her love for the budget supermarket.
The future of the Fallowfield nightclub venue is thrown into question after being listed on property selling page Rightmove
Fallowfield Student Crime – or FSC – also aims to ‘create a dialogue’ between students, community leaders, police, and the universities
The annual march comes back to Manchester for its biggest year yet
Greater Manchester Police are warning against public responses to crime, as the force struggles with £215 million funding cuts