With Freshers’ Week looming, make sure you know how to keep you and your friends safe on the streets of Manchester
September has come and along with it, Joe Taylor’s need for the curry mile’s finest wrap
A website set up by Manchester students has everything you need for a successful year at university
Moving into a flat full of strangers can be daunting, especially in the first few days of settling in. Speed past this awkward phase by getting to know each other through the wonderful medium of food.
James Robb investigates how well this year’s Pangaea coped as being a freshers’ event.
Looking back on my own first year Fresher’s week I cringe at my toothpick brows, patchy foundation and caterpillar falsies. To avoid my own beauty crimes, here’s a fail-safe, striking and simple beauty look that will turn heads for all the right reasons during this week’s festivities.
The unofficial guide for thinking outside the freshers’ pack
Manchester’s Women’s Campaign offers an inclusive and varied range of events to all interested students, both within the university and in the local community.
With thousands of students arriving back in the city and evenings drawing in, a particular type of street crime is on the rise again
On Tuesday 20th September 2016, the university is running a landmark collaborative event to engage all 8000 new first year students in University of Manchester’s Ethical Grand Challenges Programme
Now you’ve got it, here’s how to get rid of it
With fear of first year being something we all share, Opinion Editor Joe Evans discusses getting involved and throwing yourself into university
Liam Kelly looks ahead to an exciting year of sport in Manchester
Marcus Johns speaks to Activities and Development Officer Joel Smith, and Head of Residences, Catering, and Bars Emma Stansfield about the runaway success of Welcome Week.
So you’ve had a big night, you’ve got kebab in your hair and you look like an extra from The Mummy? Memorise these beauty tips so that you can strut to class with pride as opposed to shame in the am.
Pembroke College rugby players barred from playing in the first round of the season