Writer Jasmine Rowland speaks to fellow second year students to share advice on how they’ve been keeping busy during covid-19
The Ali G is famed amongst University of Manchester students for being open 24 hours, but could this be detrimental?
Squat raves have resurfaced and are popular once more, Sophie Pitches considers if there’s something club nights could learn from rave culture
Failure in education is still heavily criticised. But do we need to give ourselves a rest from such pressure and learn to accept our mistakes?
Writer Jade Yong discusses the stereotypes of international students which can place a social marker which causes a distinction between home and international students
Sophie Marriott looks at the way student culture, for all its diversity, can pigeonhole us into narrow tropes with particular expectations, and how this can restrain our ability to explore our self-identities.
Liv Clarke and Emily Broncz examine the current state of Fallowfield and ask whether it falls out of favour with older students
With monthly student budgets reaching up to £1200, mental health issues are fast becoming grave consequences of financing a degree
A licensing regulations shake-up could see the number of rooms in properties reduced amid other measures
Lucca Di Virgilio discusses the problems with profiteering from university education
Phoebe Moore writes that students’ disrupted timetable due to the UCU strikes impacts our education, but may also be impacting our wellbeing
Writer Heidy Lo questions if university really can be the best years of your life, especially as we graduate so young
A Yolt study has found that students in the city are spending more than the national average, partly due to Manchester’s inexpensive student life
Sophie Marriott argues that whilst we enjoy the unseasonable weather this week we should remember the climate change it is a symptom of is not just going to keep making things a bit warmer, but it is already causing devastating natural disasters.
University offers so much more than a degree, argues Mia Edwards
Megan Ritchie writes about how social media filters and edits the University experience so that a damaging glorified image of student life prevails online
The Facebook favourite could face closure, having incurred debts of over £6 million