Recently UoM’s Feminist Society held a discussion around men’s role in feminism, and how feminists feel about it
Clementine Lawrence looks at how a Coronavirus vaccine has driven the world apart, rather than pulling us together as it should have done
Farmers across India are taking to the streets to protest their governments new agricultural laws
Even though it has two iconic actresses at the centre, Hillbilly Elegy is unable to engage with the big ideas at its centre due to dull writing and bad characterisation
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy goes through the women who presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden might choose to be his running mate
Will Stonier reviews Jonathan Coe’s Brexit novel, Middle England
Isaac Lucia reviews Hegemony and Socialist Strategy
An interview with Rail Minister Chris Heaton-Harris suggests that Manchester may receive upgrade on current rail situation and future high-speed rail links
The four main political societies on campus debated issues affecting students in the run up to the general election
Ahead of the release of their second LP ‘Outside Of The Blue’, Sarah Taylor sits down with Jonny Quinn of SPINN to chat taking inspiration from mental health, politics, horror films and Christmas!
Clementine Lawrence explores the ways in which political satire has become a double-edged sword
Deputy Sports Editor Thomas Baer looks back on the life and legend of golden boy Diego Maradona
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy explores Trump’s shock victory, the 2020 polls, and possible scenarios that could ensue after the US presidential election – for instance, if Trump loses, will he actually go away?
Nimo Omer discusses Riz Ahmed’s new short film The Long Goodbye and the fraught relationship between immigrants and a country that doesn’t seem to want them
How eugenics has become entangled with British politics and how education is easily confused with advocacy