Behind the lens: Manchester’s own Astrophotographers
Research that provides stellar screen savers! Astrophotography has become increasingly accessible and here at the University of Manchester we spoke with two student astrophotographers about their experiences capturing the far regions of space.
LeadMCR roles explained – Could this be you?
Looking for a post-grad job opportunity? Lead MCR is back with plenty of leadership and team opportunities to improve Manchester’s SU
A Fresher’s Guide to: Life in Fallowfield
Dream about living in Fallowfield? Let us take you on a tour of all the social hubs and halls the area has to offer – there’s a reason why Fallowfield is Manchester’s student hotspot!
Yoga: The cure to your exam stress
Exam season is here – so, if you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed, it’s time to dig out those dusty yoga mats, and give yoga a second go!
Review: Scooby Doo: The Panto (UoM Panto Society)
Jessica Hamilton reviews Scooby Doo: The Panto at Manchester Academy 2
Womb with a view?: The abortion debate on university campuses
What are university pro-life societies? Are they just about abortion? The Mancunion speaks to two such societies and UoM’s Feminist Collective to find out
Think it, pitch it, do it: The Mancunion talks to winners of Pitch It!
The winners of the SU scheme Pitch It! have been announced, The Mancunion caught up with two of the winning societies
Sports Societies Fair postponed amidst Oxford Road chaos
An alternative, unofficial Sports Society Freshers Fair has taken place in the Armitage Centre following the Oxford Road flooding that has caused severe disruption across Manchester.
Missing Money, Broken Membership System: Societies’ Rising Discontent With Student’s Union
UoM’s society committees draw light on a frustrating year of operating under lockdown restrictions alongside an unresponsive Student’s Union
A new normal? How societies are coping with Covid
Aimee Butler gives us an insight into how university societies have been faring amidst the coronavirus pandemic
UoM Computer Science Society event of the year: The Great Uni Hack
UniCS’s Great Uni Hack is coming up next week! Here’s all you need to know…
Opinion: The Grimm reality of online university
Annie Dabb and Laura Thompson count the ways online university and increased technology usage is negatively impacting students
Poetry pamphlets and pub quizzes: Lit Soc’s virtual freshers events
English Lit Society want your submissions
Review: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Alexia Pieretti reviews UMDS’ The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, based on the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel
Five positive changes made by student societies this decade
There over 35 charity, fundraising and campaigning societies at the University – what sort of change have they enacted this past decade?
Black History Month: QTIPOC talk race and sexuality
Alex Cross speaks about the importance of continuing conversations about diversity and inclusion
Campaign Supernova makes waves
Campaign Supernova returns to Manchester for a day of inspiring volunteering opportunities, music, spoken word, and good food
Manchester’s University sports available for fun
Harry Deacon takes a look at just a selection of the number of fun sporting opportunities available to students at the University of Manchester
Here to dance, not to drink
Ellie Martin argues that society socials should be more open to non-drinkers
Event Review: The So-So Show
Chloe Hatton went along to Fuse TV’s The So-So Show to sample some of Manchester’s best societies