MANIFF 2022: The Sleeping Negro
MANIFF 2022: At moments shocking, at times confusing, this is the black American commentary audiences have needed
MANIFF 2022: Hostile
MANIFF 2022: This documentary feature foregrounds the testimonies of those who have been most affected by Britain’s hostile immigration policies
Lights, Camera, Election: Casting our vote on the best political films and TV
Our writers consider their favourite political films, in light of the student elections
Anna Jin reviews Cabaret at the Palace Theatre, starring John Partridge, Kara Lily Hayworth and Anita Harris
Live Review: Strange Bones
Lily Martin reviews Blackpool-based Punk band Strange Bones, delving into the world of political music and mosh-pits at Manchester’s Deaf Institute
Guardian Angel or Glamorising Arms?
Is there a danger in sporting a fashion accessory without understanding its power as a political message? How aware of we are the statements we make?
First transgender woman running for NUS Women’s Officer
During Anna Lee’s campaign, she has faced a great amount of opposition, but remains true to her objectives outlined in her ‘annafesto’
Historical hangovers threaten Northern Ireland’s peace
Northern Ireland’s power sharing agreement has been rocked by allegations of paramilitary activity following the murders of two ex-IRA men