The University of Manchester are running a survey to to capture students’ attitudes to charitable giving, all students who complete the survey are also entered into a prize draw
The University of Manchester has been ranked 29th in the QS World University Rankings, despite uncertainties around Brexit causing most UK universities to drop in the league table
In support of World Wildlife Day 2016, the university is investing into saving endangered species
Lack of medicine students from underprivileged backgrounds is seen as a sign limited support and guidance throughout A-levels and university applications
Sportlight is a weekly feature, highlighting one sport available at the university, and showing how you can get involved at different levels of the sport. This week, the spotlight is on lacrosse
The University of Manchester has held a lot of rumours, some that needed to be repeatedly busted or proved due to first years entering ever year. We took a look at three of the biggest
Allen Hall is to remain closed for a third year running due to asbestos.
Shanghai University academic rankings place The University of Manchester three places higher on global scale.
Alice Rigby argues that Manchester needs a re-invigoration of the student electoral system to make us believe in our executive and union representatives
A reaction to the SU’s apology over a previous Opinion article to Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell
The £6,000 hike in tuition fees in 2012 is seen as a key contributor to the vast institutional profits
Richard Heller—journalist, author, and former Chief of Staff to Denis Healey when he was leader of the Labour Party—on the questionable ‘qualities’ of MMU’s new chancellor, the ‘Prince of Darkness’, Peter Mandelson
Free education is to be provided to more than one million young people in conflict zones across the globe by the university
University of Manchester’s Action Palestine are hosting a Palestinian cultural evening in aid of Interpal, a charity providing relief for Palestinians in need
Student volunteers from the Manchester Leadership Programme helped the British Heart Foundation achieve success in their recycling scheme.
The Students’ Union launch a new Student night on the 17th September—Why Not Wednesdays.
The project will offer ‘communities in the developing world that aren’t connected to the national grid…use of their biggest source of energy’