Bella Jewell reviews ‘Bloom’, an exhibition by the Feminist Collective which challenges modern perceptions of body hair
This Senate session could be one of the most divisive yet
The University’s Student Union needs to find a better means of funding student societies instead of running away from actual accountability
In an interview with The Mancunion, Fatima Abid discussed transport, accommodation and student politics.
The world’s media has lept on coverage of the SU’s motion to replace audible clapping with BSL “jazz hands”, a story The Mancunion first broke
The University of Manchester Students’ Union have officially unveiled their new branding and space after a three year refurbishment worth £12.5 million.
Incoming Welfare Officer says, “I don’t think people can talk about apathy anymore…students have been excited, they’ve been engaged”
They represent a 40,000-strong student body, yet many struggle to recall their names or what they do
Described by the General Secretary as a chance “to reform and represent our students as best we can”, less than 500 students voted in the ‘All Student Vote’
Viswanathan also announced that the Teaching & Learning Team are considering flexible resits for international students
The shop is in its “experimental” phase, with a full launch scheduled for January 2019
Fatima Abid talks all things student politics, buses, and how you can change the world around you
Felix Hanif-Banks takes a holistic view of ‘clapgate’ and makes an argument for the policy’s existence, encouraging students to engage more wth senate.
Drug purity testing kits have been introduced by the SU in an effort to promote safe substance usage.
Because the Student’s Union forgot about us