Writer Garima Singh reminds us that self-care is more than spending money, but is about actually taking care of youself
Failure in education is still heavily criticised. But do we need to give ourselves a rest from such pressure and learn to accept our mistakes?
With Christmas parties and the aftermath of Black Friday sales, December can be a difficult month to stay within a reasonable budget…
Tattoos don’t need to have a meaning for you, but a culturally appropriated symbol might have meaning to someone else
With the current climate crisis, we’re all trying to do our bit to be more sustainable, whether that’s buying a reusable water bottle or becoming a smarter consumer of clothing. A big part of sustainable fashion is making your clothes last, so you’re not constantly throwing them away, buying new ones, and getting caught up […]
Relationships are rooted in the locations we share. Alice Crowley writes a love letter to Manchester, the city which kept her safe through a tumultuous break-up.
Students Eva Gerretsen and Bea Bacon tell us about their podcast ‘Fallowfeels’ and the journey that led them to discuss their interests on a public platform.
An alternative way to enjoy Welcome Week, without party focus. Jessica Blair debunks the myth that university excludes sober students.
Tom Reynolds reveals his experience with the nutritional craze that is Huel
Has our capitalist society capitalised on the self-care trend too much?
A first-year Politics and International Relations student tracks all their fashion and beauty purchases for the period of a month
Following Singles’ Day on November 11th, Bec Oakes celebrates everything great about being single
Charlotte Hughes runs down the best places to escape to this autumn
Jasmine Taylor talks about the enlightening and empowering discussion on female pleasure run by Sexpression Manchester.