Alex Harris reviews a high concept sci-fi movie after sitting down with its creators
Spring has arrived. At least in the South of England, where I am currently waiting out lockdown before my return to Manchester. Saturday 27th February 2021 was a beautiful day; the kind of day that inspires me to write mediocre poetry about sunshine and birdsong. I went on a ten mile walk to a beautiful […]
The Mancunion’s Aasiyah Faryal sits down with NUS president Larissa Kennedy
Anna van der Zwaluw offers an update on the covid-19 battle, discussing the new variants and the progression of the vaccination rollout.
Annie Dabb examines the recent success of online grocery delivery service Ocado, and how this reflects society during lockdown
A selection of meal kits to suit a range of budgets that are perfect for a lockdown date night in!
Chloe Tenn discusses the positive and negative impacts lockdown has had on the environment
Ruby Opalka reviews Intimations by Zadie Smith, as we find ourselves stuck in a second lockdown
The books section of the Mancunion have collaborated together to share our tips and recommendations to help you get over a reading slump.
Rhiannon Ingle ruminates on the prominence of coffee and café culture during Covid
Katie Bray shares her tips for staying healthy, mindful and entertained during the end of lockdown
Joe McFadden explores the bizarre new phenomena sweeping Fallowfield: niche meme pages
Lucy Evans offers her advice on how to make Valentine’s Day special this year, despite the lockdown restrictions
The real threat to galleries may not be Covid-19 but the government’s utilitarian attitude to the arts, says Probert Dean
Who will history students be blaming for the Coronavirus restrictions in the future? Laura Thompson explores the faults for and impacts of the restrictions
Global lockdowns have caused mass disruption to peoples daily routines. Lara Kenedi explains why it bothers us so much