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Review: Triumphs and Falls (UMDS)

Review: Triumphs and Falls (UMDS)

Triumphs and Falls, which was unconventionally performed at Retro, is a strong, complex and relevant play made for a student audience
How to claim the University of Manchester’s cost-of-living payment

How to claim the University of Manchester’s cost-of-living payment

All full-time students at the University of Manchester are eligible for £170 payments for the cost-of-living crisis, here’s how you can claim yours…
UoM banned from transporting radioactive material

UoM banned from transporting radioactive material

UoM banned from being a taxi for radioactive materials, but why?
Graduation fees triggers online petition after alleged broken promises

Graduation fees triggers online petition after alleged broken promises

Out of pocket students anger at paying for gown and cap rental for their delayed graduation ceremonies
A Very Potter Musical: Review and interview with the director (UMMTS)

A Very Potter Musical: Review and interview with the director (UMMTS)

Harriet Mcdonald reviews UMMTS’ A Very Potter Musical at the Students Union and interviews the musical’s director, Sophie Beake
Women in Media returns for its seventh year in Manchester

Women in Media returns for its seventh year in Manchester

The Women in Media conference is returning to Manchester for its seventh year in the city. Find out why you won’t want to miss it!
The films for you: How cinematic is your university experience?

The films for you: How cinematic is your university experience?

Film editor Benjy Klauber looks back at some of the best, and worst, depictions of university life in British film and TV.
Your SU Needs You!

Your SU Needs You!

Max Earnshaw convinces us why every student at the University of Manchester should vote in the upcoming SU elections
SU follows government lead: No more free lateral flows

SU follows government lead: No more free lateral flows

The University and The Government have announced that they will restrict the free testing kits. Students are disappointed by this decision.
In conversation with Dr Clara Dawson about decolonising the curriculum

In conversation with Dr Clara Dawson about decolonising the curriculum

Jacob Folkard talks to Dr Clara Dawson on how to examine our past for a better future, and what the steps The University of Manchester have taken to decolonise the literature curriculum
Fighting the stigma with Students for Sensible Drug Policy: Manchester

Fighting the stigma with Students for Sensible Drug Policy: Manchester

From recreational use to study drugs, The Mancunion talks to Students for Sensible Drug Policy about education and harm reduction
What’s On: UMDS Autumn Fringe Festival

What’s On: UMDS Autumn Fringe Festival

UMDS is putting on a plethora of student-crafted work this week, exploring a range of subjects from race and climate change to experimentations with film 7th-13th December.
Hyperloop Manchester: A student-led transport revolution

Hyperloop Manchester: A student-led transport revolution

Hyperloop Manchester is developing a train from Manchester to London in fifteen minutes
How does pulling an ‘all-nighter’ affect you?

How does pulling an ‘all-nighter’ affect you?

Pulling an ‘all-nighter’ is a uni right of passage; let’s take a look at the physical affects it has!
Puzzle page: November 2nd

Puzzle page: November 2nd

Have a go at this week’s puzzles. We’ve been inspired by buildings at the university and the Mancunian music scene!
Recent UoM cancer research to revolutionise screening and treatment

Recent UoM cancer research to revolutionise screening and treatment

The future of cancer research is here as Manchester researchers discover link between womb cancer and Lynch syndrome
Puzzle page: September 28th

Puzzle page: September 28th

Try your hand at this week’s crafty conundrums…
Durham University proposes controversial plans to move courses online

Durham University proposes controversial plans to move courses online

Plans to move entire modules and degree programmes to online teaching even once the Coronavirus pandemic is over have been broadly criticised by staff and students
UoM study indicates unnecessary antibiotics prescriptions could lead to increased hospital admissions

UoM study indicates unnecessary antibiotics prescriptions could lead to increased hospital admissions

A study has found that the risks of going to hospital with another infection directly correlates to the number of antibiotic prescriptions in the previous three years
Coronavirus false alarm at Oak House

Coronavirus false alarm at Oak House

A video of a man in a hazmat suit entering a Beech Court hall on Fallowfield campus is being circulated

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