Chloe Hatton talks to Ethan Davies about his time as Editor-in-Chief of the largest student newspaper in the UK
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.
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.
“Where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is getting caught”
The student newspaper has opted to end its print circulation and instead focus on building a strong digital platform
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
Janine Faust writes about University of Pittsburgh students involved in the Pitt’s Conquering Cold Cases Club
The Mancunion spoke with Hannah Featherstone, Student Coordinator for the Homeless Outreach Project, to discuss the work University of Manchester students are doing to tackle the homelessness crisis in the city
UC Berkeley students are developing a website and mobile app to connect campus students experiencing mental health issues with other students who face similar experiences
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
Put on your dancing shoes as Women in Media hold their latest fundraiser, Disco WIMferno
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.
James Gill gives his opinion on the current state of journalism and free speech
As we say goodbye to one Editor-in-Chief and welcome another, we chat with the man who started it all 53 years ago
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”
Silo Funds is crowdfunding for higher education, hoping to more easily match students with like-minded companies and philanthropists who will be interested in funding their education
The Mancunion has joined 20 newspapers, from across the US, UK, Europe, and Asia, to highlight student-led initiatives making an impact across the world