The University of Manchester hosts the Sexuality Summer School: a five-day, city-wide, public conversation on gender, sexuality and culture open to all
Reports say there are currently large sections of Piccadilly Gardens cordoned off, with photos showing a rucksack shaped object leaning against a tree
Contributor Jack Greeney interviews rising indie stars The Night Café talking the upcoming festival season, Swim Deep and news of their imminent debut album
Planned changes to ResLife Advisers, originally reported by The Mancunion last month, will now be delayed by a year until September 2020
The 12% gap means for every £10 a man earns, a woman earns £8.80 at the University
Good Evening, and welcome to The Mancunion’s live blog of the University of Manchester Students’ Union Senate meeting for March 2019
The University of Manchester and Salford Rugby League teams return to the Regional Arena for this year’s Varsity
Letting grip loosen on his ‘one-man-band’ approach Jacob Collier took to the stage of Gorilla to produce a magical and memorable music experience
Greater Manchester MPs once again re-affirm their opposition to a No Deal, as an extension to Article 50 appears an increasingly attractive prospect
Ruby Bannerman and Felix Hanif-Banks review this year’s Margarita Rumble, fuelled by tequila – what could go wrong?
Jack Greeney – Señor Serrano’s production finishes up a wonderful ¡Viva! Spanish & Latin American Festival at HOME.
Holly Ktorou explores the importance of discovering self-love and support in the city of Manchester.
Students have reported break-ins on Parsonage Road and Derby Road
The pub, located at the end of the curry mile, hasn’t been in use for a number of years but is seen by many as an artefact and a ‘central part of Rusholme’s identity’
Manchester’s Northern Quarter became the set for Morbius, a new Marvel blockbuster