Writer Hanya Hesham writes about how important social media has been to stay in contact with family whilst at university
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Proper Job Theatre’s Dorian
Bayse Genc reviews Javaad Alipoor’s “Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran”
Following the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web, Sophie Marriott looks at how it has been used and abused, and what the legacy of its creator, Tim Berners-Lee is.
Becca Knight examines the role of social media in university life and how dependant on it we have become. But what are the negative effects if we use it excessively? Should we switch off in order to enjoy reality?
Nimo Omer looks at the success of the ‘Our Future Our Choice’ who were behind the blue bus on campus last week. Although the establishment seem baffled by their success amongst young people they have reinvigorated Brexit.
Kate Fawcett explores the modern dating phenomenon of ghosting, and its harmful impact on self-esteem
In a new revelation, it has been found that cases of antisemitic abuse almost tripled between 2015 and 2017
Megan Ritchie writes about how social media filters and edits the University experience so that a damaging glorified image of student life prevails online
Is it time to remove the dopamine-infused ‘like’ feature on Instagram? Phoebe Moore discusses
Nimo Omer argues that deepfakes are a small part of a wider problem that we have with lies and deception in society
Social media is addictive, and can be toxic, but is also an accessible platform for artists to share their work – writer Aisha Al-Janabi shares a few of her favourites
Brian Corso’s directorial debut Public Figure is a visually stylish and extremely nuanced look at the public’s growing obsession with social media
Despite being one of the UK’s booming fashion capitals, Manchester doesn’t host its own international fashion week. FOMO? Here are some tips to get involved.
The social media world can be a minefield of fakery and misconception – The Mancunion looks at the best wholesome accounts online
It is no mystery that social media has shaped the way we interact. However, new studies have found that online platforms are contributing to relationships becoming increasingly superficial
Netflix’s recent documentary on FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, directed by Chris Smith, sheds light on this disaster.