The Mancunions music editors give you a run down of Fuse FM’s plans for semester 2 and spotlights some shows to look out for.
Podcasts have become increasingly popular, writer Eliza Robey shares a couple of her favourites
Chloe Hatton talks to Ethan Davies about his time as Editor-in-Chief of the largest student newspaper in the UK
Fuse FM’s period-themed club night raised enough tampons to supply someone for eleven years
Join Fuse FM in partying for a great cause – fighting period poverty
Chloe Hatton reviews Fuse FM’s latest event, a CALM time, which was organised in collaboration with the Comedy Society in order to raise money for the Campaign Against Living Miserably
Our friends at Fuse FM are giving away Pangaea tickets to two lucky listeners
The 2014/15 academic year will see around 700 students attend the university on alumni funded scholarships.
Take a trip down the rabbit hole as Rosie Plunkett explores Molly James’ funny, eerie, relatable and kooky artwork ahead of Art in Mancunia
In the run-up to the Art in Mancunia exhibition, we present the alliterating pair, Hal Dixon and Hector O’Shea, whose ambient Techno blended with disco and heavy dance music will have those fallow gals stomping in their platforms at Antwerp on Thursday
The Manchester Charity Fashion Show are looking to raise money for Lifeshare whilst showcasing the best of Britain’s young design talent.
We take a look behind the scenes at Fuse TV, which now features a wide-ranging portfolio of news programming, drunken debate, and comedy decoration
Becca Knight interviews two shows at Fuse FM, Neon Sunrise and The Hour of Power, to find out what it’s like to have a radio show, which songs get played on air and how rewarding having a show is
Also proposed for the March Senate is a restructure of The Mancunion
Fuse FM staged a 24-hour broadcast for Action for ME a charity which offers support for people suffering with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
To Kill A King live in session for University of Manchester student media