Oliver Storey believes that avoiding giving money directly to homeless people is neither moral nor helpful. He asks us to reconsider common misconceptions of the homeless population
UPSU have raised their concern about the NUS’ value for money for students
The University’s most populous halls of residence is under threat of closure of being re-let. We investigate what this means for the area’s future.
Sex, STDs, and Primark tops, Chloe Hatton reviews Annabelle Devey’s latest stand up.
Northern Rail staff have announced strikes until early 2019, in which they will target the heavy congestion of the festive period
In a nationwide survey students were found to be supportive of a Living Wage for University staff and for Vice-Chancellors’ pay to be cut, as wage statistics for universities are revealed.
Manchester is known internationally as one of the UK’s best places to live, a reputation that locals and students alike will never tire of flaunting. Buzzing nightlife, expansive shopping centres and an ever-rising skyline all show off the best Manchester has to offer, but in stark contrast to this the issues of rough sleeping and […]
Robbers have been targeting students in the city centre and making them withdraw thousands of pounds
Viswanathan also announced that the Teaching & Learning Team are considering flexible resits for international students
Business owners across Fallowfield are being forced to plan for a future without a bustling student population, and many fear for the negative impact it will have on not only individual businesses, but the area as a whole. As the latest State of the City Report has alluded to, the Council’s plans to move a […]
The policy comes after the University of Manchester Students’ Union encouraged jazz hands over audible clapping in September
The campaign will run from the 19th to the 24th November, raising awareness about the importance of the stem cell register
Leah Marlow compares the differing actions of Buckinghamshire University and the University of Manchester in response to the NUS report revealing the prevalence of recreational use of drugs at Universities
The programme, launched by Virgin, aims to develop students’ business and professional skills in order to enhance their chances of employment by offering challenges
Ellie Martin speaks to Manchester Outreach Medics about the work they do with aspiring medicine students
Whilst senior officers have declared that they have increased patrols, promising relentlessness in their attempts at alleviating crime in Fallowfield, there remains wide-scale doubt and fear amongst students living in the area. There are of course schemes in place to offer safety to students, so why is there such unrest amongst them? Greater Manchester Police’s […]