What next for the Nancy Out! campaign? Will Nancy Rothwell be forced to resign?
Wearing masks of the Senior Leadership’s faces, Manchester Nancy Out campaign staged a sit-in to protest the ‘lack of action’ from the University following the vote of no confidence
Joe McFadden outlines the argument for Nancy’s Rothwell’s removal as Vice-Chancellor and urges students to vote yes on March 8th
Lucy Nichols outlines the main arguments of the #nancyout campaign amongst a turbulent time for the university’s management
Students launch petition calling for a vote of no confidence in the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester
The University of Manchester Vice-Chancellor, Nancy Rothwell, has released a video apologising for saying that she had written to Zac Adan when she had not
Felix Hanif-Banks looks at the state of divestment and sustainability across UK universities following UoM’s recent commitment to decarbonising its investments
The new accommodation features 1,122 new student rooms in self-catered flats, and was opened by the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Dame Nancy Rothwell.
Students have occupied the University of Manchester as a protest against the treatment of students and staff since the beginning of the academic year. This action is viewed as a last resort by the occupiers, after months of protests of various kinds. The occupiers have written an open letter to Nancy Rothwell, which details the […]
Voting for the removal of Nancy Rothwell would be absolutely the wrong course of action, says former General Secretary Alex Tayler
No confidence in Nancy: an explanation of next month’s historic vote of no confidence in University senior management
Alice Shakeshaft examines the collective responsibility for the university’s recent failings and argues that Nancy Rothwell should not be the only one held to account
In an email sent out this afternoon, University Senior Leadership released the findings of the inquiry into the erection of fences around the Fallowfield campus in November
Luisa Bax argues that we should all be supporting our lecturers during the ongoing industrial action