The Exciting World of Mancunion Film!
Known for its exciting and edgy art scene, The Mancunion introduces you to Manchester’s cinematic history.
Pandemic of the Arts – Insights Through the Perspectives of Mancunion Artists
The music industry and artists alike have been hit hard by the coronavirus. With live gigs out the window, music consumption has almost entirely been digital. Musicians and people in the business have been forced to find new and creative ways to promote their music. Most of the revenue that boosts the music industry comes […]
Death Row Dinners: starring The Mancunion
Introducing the Mancunion’s Food and Drink section to a weekly segment, ‘Death Row Dinners: Starring…’ – Each week, we’ll ask everyone and anyone what their last meal would be… What would yours be?
Brown representation: they want our faces but not our voices
There is an interesting moment where brown women in the public eye are caught between mimicking vitriol of white supremacy and silent complacency, Urussa Malik argues
Mentally ill students risk suffering academic sanctions due to lack of support
An investigation showed that UoM, among others, had mental health policies that could be challenging for people who are suffering
Mancunion reform among headline policies at lively March Senate
The Mancunion will have funding protected for three years as Senate also holds an indicative vote on calls to annul two results from this month’s Exec officer elections
Blow for Burnham as homeless shelter closes due to electrical issues
The shelter opened in November to kick off Burnham’s flagship ‘Bed Every Night’ scheme but was forced to close on Christmas Eve as a result of electrical problems
UoM contestant becomes unlikely star of University Challenge
The University of Manchester is through to the quarter-final of the BBC’s University Challenge after defeating Hertford College Oxford in the final 16
Stagecoach service accused of ‘unacceptable standards’
Concerns have been raised surrounding the popular 147 bus route which is run by Stagecoach and partly subsided by the University of Manchester