David Brierley has written us a short piece on whether or not the LGBT community can coexist with religion without issue.
After discovering that “My Booky Wook” was written by someone other than Russell Brand, Alister Pearson asks whether ghostwriting is a bad thing or not.
A controversial piece by Matthew Byrne.
Matt Byrne considers whether there is a space for The Libertines in contemporary music.
Continuing the fresher guide to our vibrant city, Phoebe Clarke argues that Manchester students don’t give Classical Music a chance.
Tack is the marmite of the fashion world, yet is becoming ever more prevalent. Joanna Dryden discusses our love/hate relationship
Halee Wells reviews Rihanna’s new collaboration with River Island
Gráinne Morrison on the intricate rules of red carpet etiquette.
We all saw Helen Hunt and her H&M gown at the the Oscars last night, but is this really what we want to see on the red carpet ?
With the ever looming start of term approaching fast how are you going to be catching up on your reading?
Nathan Pigott outlines why Jazz might be the genre for you
Matt Byrne considers whether the prize that declares itself the musical equivalent of the Turner award for art, and the Booker prize for literature is worthy of such a claim.
Patrick Hinton takes the side of one of electronic music’s most controversial figures.
Scarlett Whittell assesses the new shoe on the block