The voting deadline was extended, after the Education Officer of UMSU was accused of using her position to influence the outcome of the vote.
Apolitical, nonplussed, and too concerned with going to the Warehouse Project, Will Brown shows us why students need to get their act together—or face the consequences of apathy
The NUS has voted down a motion to condemn Islamic state as they fear it had pro-intervention rhetoric and could be considered “Islamophobic”
92% of University of Manchester students believe that the university’s provision of halls of residence is too expensive. The Mancunion interviewed Community Officer Ellen McLaughlin with the redevelopment of the Fallowfield campus in mind.
With the release of the NUS Statistics that more than a third of students have suffered sexual harassment, Robert Firth takes a look at the problems surrounding the issue.
NUS states that student loans and grants are not enough to cover the cost of living.
Toni Pearce succeeds Liam Burns as NUS president – despite never have been to university
With increased accusations of voter intimidation and the inequity to allowing a tool to be used that costs hundreds, we ask whether iPads should be allowed
Activities, Community, Diversity, General Secretary and Wellbeing candidates kicked out of elections
The only product of UCU strikes is mutually assured destruction. In this sum game, it’s the students who are hurting, argues David Brierley
Voting has started for the NUS elections. Polls are open until next Friday, November 28th, 12pm
197 parliamentary seats have only a 10 per cent majority and a student population large enough to swing the balance of votes
A recent study by NUS shows the shocking extent of sexual harassment around universities
The University, which makes over £200,000 a year from library fines alone, has been warned to change its rules and allow students to graduate even with ‘non-academic debt’
With an idea having been submitted to the upcoming Union assembly claiming ‘equal representation’, we examine if this is what a men’s officer would achieve…