A Yolt study has found that students in the city are spending more than the national average, partly due to Manchester’s inexpensive student life
The University of Manchester has more to offer than ever before with their ever-growing advice services in the Students’ Union
The student favourite is expanding beyond just clubnights with the surprise launch of Mansion Brew
Sophie Marriott Writes: A contradictory attitude surrounding the tradition of freshers week exacerbates the potential for it to become a stressful and difficult time for new students.
Amid growing calls for drinking culture reform and support, the SU is planning a partnership with Alcoholics Anonymous to battle alcoholism in students
Manchester’s travel network is great—but it can be expensive. Here’s some advice on keeping your travel costs down when you start your university journey
-Exec team boot University Royal Navy Unit from outside Students’ Union
– University Armed Forces – ‘no different from a society’, yet feel “ostracized”
– “A military presence is not appropriate”, says Campaigns Officer
Second and third year students reminisce about their first week in Manchester
Both UoM and MMU have committed to re-starting the private security patrols in Fallowfield and Withington
We know fewer students enjoy going out than ever before, yet Fresher’s Week is still dominated by club-nights and, according to our Lifestyle Editor, that needs to change
An alternative way to enjoy Welcome Week, without party focus. Jessica Blair debunks the myth that university excludes sober students.
Is your skin suffering from partying too hard in Freshers’ Week? We give some helpful tips on how to combat freshers’ face, including the best type of alcohol to drink to reduce the effects of a wild night out
A fresher from last year shares her advice for all of this year’s new faces in Manchester about how to indulge your passion for film as a student
Kassi Allcock on how being a student has changed her style for the better
Beth Currall’s three step guide to avoiding the dreaded illness
For thinking outside the freshers pack.