Maisie Scott reviews Raven Leilani’s debut novel Luster and sees what all the literary hype is about.
Motherless Brooklyn uses stunning cinematography and a great soundtrack to craft a compelling and relevant story
Rupert Rixon, founder and CEO of Perspective Pictures, talks to The Mancunion about why students should be focussing on gaining practical work experience and life skills
‘Fearless Girl’ stands strong against Wall Street’s ‘Charging Bull’
Terrorism plays into our passions for a good story, simplistic explanations, and dark fantasies
An intimate and captivating performance from the New York gloom-rockers
Dreading being stuck at home for three stifling months? Take a tip from Manchester student Mark Woodward and go stateside, even with little $, by volunteering as a Camp Leader.
Alister Pearson tells you why Hubert Selby is his literary hero after reading Last Exit to Brooklyn
“I’d like a Cheeseburger please, a large fries and a Cosmopolitan”. Millie Kershaw explores the most fabulous cocktail dresses on the high street, so you can look your utmost fabulous when sipping on the iconic Sex and the City drink of choice, or any other cocktail for that matter.
Just Kids by Patti Smith is a testament to New York, art, and Robert Mapplethorpe, and is the perfect escapism for the winter lockdown
The three and a half hour long film is ‘honestly worth it’, writes Deputy Film Editor Aisha Al-Janabi
The strength of The National’s seventh album establishes themselves as a truly prominent American band
Jennifer Knowles explores how Fashion Week is an evolving event that seems to be leaving tradition behind
Behold! You may need to sit down to hear this news; an 18-karat solid gold toilet is now open to visitors at New York’s Guggenheim museum. Named ‘America,’ it has replaced a public toilet on the fourth floor. This fully functioning golden throne fit for a king- or any member of the public- is a […]
Intensely readable and relatable, Hawaiian Shirts in the Electric Chair reaches out to the disengaged and apathetic—with a trace of hope
May Dylan Thomas’ death have no dominion
On August the 13th, 1944, David Kammerer was found stabbed to death at the bottom of the Hudson River. Alister Pearson explores the troubled relationship between he and his murderer, Lucien Carr.