Good riddance to the sordid halls of Fabric, hello pre-1960’s Britain
LSE faced questions as their Residential and Disability and Wellbeing Services were accused of ignoring the advice of NHS medical professionals and SU officers and of evicting a student with acute mental illness
Sophie Soar gives her verdict on the best of this season’s London Fashion Week, noting a common magpie-like penchant for glitter, that we can expect for the season to come…
The FA Cup returns! Manchester City travel to London to play Chelsea in hopes of gaining form again, and going all the way to Wembley
Strikers are withholding more than a quarter of a million pounds in accommodation fees to pressure the university into cutting rents by 40 per cent
Data shows how much higher the crime rate at London universities is, but places all four of Manchester’s universities at the top of the non-London list
Beth Slatcher-Greenwood reflects on the unprecedented popularity of a memorial commemorating one hundred years since the outbreak of World War I
Charlotte Green discusses how the potential ban on using headphones whilst cycling is symptomatic of a system determined to blame bikers for accidents, not motorists
In the run up to the Turner Prize being announced on December 2nd, The Mancunion Arts & Culture brings you introductions to the four 2013 nominees.
This week Matilda Roberts introduces Lynette Yiadom-Boakye…
With the revelations of tax avoidance on an industrial scale, Tristan Parsons writes that it is no surprise that the wealthy and powerful have been implicated
The student body of the LSE SU have chosen to re-open nominations in the General Secretary election, marred by allegations of bullying and anti-semitism
City are off to Wembley again, to play Liverpool in the Capital One Cup Final. It looks like this could be a close one.
“The lobster roll may be the greatest sandwich ever conceived under the canopy of heaven”
The chair of the London Housing Committee writes to Boris Johnson to request aid for struggling students due to crippling housing costs in the capital
The Strokes roll out the hits whilst Blur perform a career spanning spet
It’s hard to believe stepping out in Manchester on a freezing, gloomy day in January that Spring is around the corner. Yes, there is a light at the end of the interminable tunnel that is January and February. This bright spring light has already been shone on the catwalks of New York, London, Paris and […]
Zoe Landau, tells us about her role as Student Ambassador for the venue and why she thinks there’s so much more to it than meets the eye.