With Joker’s release almost upon us, Deputy Film Editor Josh Sandy looks at the historic relationship between on-screen and real-life violence
The University of Warwick faced a barrage of criticism after it emerged two students who were banned for 10 years for their involvement in a group chat that threatened rape could return early – later this year. Following the backlash there was a rapid U-turn and the university confirmed the pair will not be returning […]
Manchester Labour Society revokes speaking invitation of a Labour Councillor who is accused of abusing his teenage daughter
Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Sophie Walsh investigates the controversial Dolce & Gabbana campaigns: sex, violence and spaghetti
Sussex Varsity 2017 took a nasty turn this year as violence erupted between Brighton and Sussex students
A report conducted in response to the growing reports of sexual harassment perpetrated by university staff was released today
Dheepan is the 2015 Palme D’Or-winning crime drama that tells a story that the media never did; Nadia Cheung reviews the film as it comes to HOME
The glorification of violence and killing on the battle field is as abhorrent and disgraceful as celebrating it anywhere else
Jennifer Kent leaps over the dreaded “sophomore slump” in her highly-anticipated brutal tale of revenge, Tobias Soar writes
A poll by The Mancunion revealed a startling lack of reporting of sexual assault
After the release of his book ‘Another Day in the Death of America’, editor-at-large of The Guardian Gary Younge speakas to Kizzy Bray about Black Lives Matter, the media’s role in reporting on race and violence, and coming face to face with alt-right leader Richard Spencer
Where does state-led aggression fit into a liberal democracy?
David Moseley considers punching a Nazi, musing over the ethics of such an act and its place in the current political climate
God of War first released onto the PlayStation 2 in March 2005. A lot has happened since then…
Everybody knows that physical violence is wrong, so why are men hit so much harder when being charged with domestic abuse?