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Louder Than Words 2023: Celebration of music literature returns to Manchester

Louder Than Words 2023: Celebration of music literature returns to Manchester

In its 11th year, the music-themed literary festival proved to be a triumphant success with a star-studded line-up
She Said review: Exposing Harvey Weinstein

She Said review: Exposing Harvey Weinstein

A tense and emotional portrayal of the New York Times investigation into Harvey Weinstein’s allegations that ignited the #MeToo movement
A month in Delhi re-taught me why I wanted to be a journalist

A month in Delhi re-taught me why I wanted to be a journalist

A summer internship turns into a privilege check in the face of protestors and poverty, sparking new life in a young journalist
A Fresher’s Guide to: Media societies

A Fresher’s Guide to: Media societies

Fancy becoming the next big thing? Join one of Manchester’s many award-winning media societies and become the next Jon Snow!
The French Dispatch Review: Anderson unfettered – three reviews of three stories

The French Dispatch Review: Anderson unfettered – three reviews of three stories

As a film that attempts to capture the array of stories being covered by the numerous journalists of the French Dispatch paper, it feels only fitting that we at the Mancunion follow suit as four of our journalists tackle the story that is Wes Anderson’s new film.
Power to the podcast

Power to the podcast

Connie Eyles shares some insight into the world of podcasts and the best ones out there
Gary Younge joins the University of Manchester as a Professor of Sociology

Gary Younge joins the University of Manchester as a Professor of Sociology

Professor Younge is an award-winning journalist who will leave The Guardian to take up the post
Eating hummus with Ethan Davies

Eating hummus with Ethan Davies

Chloe Hatton talks to Ethan Davies about his time as Editor-in-Chief of the largest student newspaper in the UK
Talking To: Junior Social Editor of Glamour UK

Talking To: Junior Social Editor of Glamour UK

Ever wondered what a day in the life of a young and successful journalist is like? We sit down with Sophie Thompson of Glamour UK to find out more
Preview: Women in Media 2019

Preview: Women in Media 2019

Isabel Oldman looks ahead to the fourth annual Women in Media conference which will be held in March, here in Manchester, she speaks to Co-Chair Bella Jewell about what to expect from the event and all the different talks which are on offer.
Event Preview: Disco WIMferno

Event Preview: Disco WIMferno

Put on your dancing shoes as Women in Media hold their latest fundraiser, Disco WIMferno
The women who shaped our city

The women who shaped our city

Victoria Evans explores the ‘Women Who Shaped Manchester’ exhibition at the John Rylands Library, and delves into the history of a city built on female resilience.
Interview: Tez Ilyas

Interview: Tez Ilyas

Eleanor Forrest finds out what it means for comedian Tez Ilyas to ’Teztify’ against modern day assumptions of himself as a Northern, Working-class, British Muslim.
Hunter S. Thompson – in memoriam

Hunter S. Thompson – in memoriam

“Where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is getting caught”

He who shouts loudest: the danger of echo chambers

James Gill gives his opinion on the current state of journalism and free speech

Falmouth Anchor ends print publication but hasn’t lost hope

The student newspaper has opted to end its print circulation and instead focus on building a strong digital platform

Interview: Iqbal Shafiq – Founder of The Mancunion

As we say goodbye to one Editor-in-Chief and welcome another, we chat with the man who started it all 53 years ago

Pitt Pantry addresses rising food insecurity

As food insecurity becomes a rising concern on college campuses, more colleges — including the University of Pittsburgh — are opening food pantries to feed hungry students tight on cash

Sciences Po Refugee Help

Sciences Po Refugee Help brings together asylum seekers with students passionate about helping refugees in an effort to “bridge the gap between those in need and those willing to act”

Going Cold: Students investigated unsolved homicides in Pitt club

Janine Faust writes about University of Pittsburgh students involved in the Pitt’s Conquering Cold Cases Club