Alexander Cresswell gives his take on why black midi are the band of the future and should very much be on your musical radars
Factors such as an invisible careers service and time-consuming part-time employment means students are not getting the best preparation for their futures
Alex Cresswell and Bella Jewell reflect back on the debate ‘All Schools Should Be Art Schools’, a panel discussion hosted by Manchester School of Art as part of the Design Manchester festival
Even though technology has penetrated every aspect of modern life, most of us have been limited in how we envision the future to look like. We talk about how social media may change the political landscape, how the rise of interconnectivity can affect our relationships, and how technological advancements may help solve issues like climate […]
With the dust settling on the 2017 instalment of the 6 Nations, Toby Webb reflects on the state of the England rugby team
You’re not the only one longing for summer in the midst of this winter-spring slump, let Tara Bharadia’s picks from the past week help
Dana Fowles discusses hitting the dreaded third-year crossroads
Academics at the University of Cambridge will open a new centre to study potential human “extinction” risks
Ciska Howarth encourages us all to use the Careers Service, stressing that we are not alone in making decisions about the future.
‘If you haven’t yet, you will be’
Sustainability and fashion is an interesting pair. In an industry that is defined by constant change, how can it be sustainable?
European Affairs society hosts engaging talk inviting students to think about EU’s role with Africa and other former colonised areas’ development and trade on the eve of Brexit