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
A city like Manchester can really take it out of you. Whether you’re running up and down 6 flights of stairs to make it to your next lecture on time or bustling through Deansgate Locks to get a selfie with Love Island star Molly-Mae, metropolitan life in one of the country’s liveliest cities really drains […]
The University of Manchester has more to offer than ever before with their ever-growing advice services in the Students’ Union
Why it’s unrealistic (and harmful) to pressure yourself in having the best time of your life when starting university
We need to talk about initiations, says Ellie Martin.
Orla Quilligan reviews ‘Pravda’, part of the University of Manchester Drama Society’s Autumn Showcase season
There is a lot of pressure to have made friends during your first week at university. Yet, for many the struggle to find friends continues beyond Welcome Week. Isobel Gough takes a look at those pressures, and how to overcome them.
We’re introducing you to the largest society at The University of Manchester: the Islamic Society
Want to save money? Hate spending full price? So does Lily O’Reilly
Oli Storey writes about his own experiences with mental health whilst at university, and the ways he has found to manage it
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
Harry Deacon takes a look at just a selection of the number of fun sporting opportunities available to students at the University of Manchester
‘I Can Handle University’ is a pocket-sized self help guide designed to help new students
How joining a university society is easy to do and beneficial to your general student experience in Manchester
Students are engaging less with societies, a Mancunion survey suggests
University is all about sex, but perhaps not in the way you may first think. We take a look at the sex-positive movements in Manchester expanding conversations and affecting change.