• EP Review: Extended Play by I Don't Know How But They Found Me
    The two-man band I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, self-styled as iDKHow, have released their debut EP - wittily titled Extended Play — and it has definitely not disappointed. Whilst the majorit
  • Live Review: Bugzy Malone (WHP x MIF)
    Bugzy Malone demonstrates just why he is King of the North, as he puts on not one, but two shows to promote the opening of The Factory as part of Manchester International Festival. This special editio
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    Whilst The Warehouse Project continues to deliver a stellar season of events, a collaboration with Manchester International Festival sees The Mayfield Depot play host to some of the industry’s bigge
  • Live Review: Kurt Vile
    Seeing Kurt Vile and the Violators live is an experience one will not forget in a hurry. Manchester’s Albert Hall provided the perfect backdrop for witnessing the god-like Kurt Vile play live, wh
  • University students successfully tutoring disadvantaged pupils
    A report has found that a scheme which sees university students provide extra tuition to disadvantaged school pupils has been successful in its aim of improving pupils’ academic progress. The sch
  • Pollution, Crime, Homelessness: The State of the City
    Manchester City Council’s annual ‘State of the City’ report has detailed critical pollution levels in some of the city’s key areas, while homelessness figures soar, and crime reaches previousl
  • Sex, Drugs & Rock n’ roll – where UoM invests your fees
    In June 2018 the University of Manchester published a document outlining the companies in which it directly held shares — here are some of The Mancunion's more interesting discoveries. The world
  • Shout out: public speaking skills in business
    On Thursday 8th November, students from the University of Manchester rocked up to the Manchester Technology Centre ready for an evening targeted at improving individuals public speaking skills in busi
  • Fuse FM x Comsoc: A CALM Time
    On a cold, rainy Manchester autumn night, where better to be than the cosy basement of Solomon’s, watching a comedy show? The latest collaboration between Fuse FM and the Comedy Society, the show on
  • “Spice and Other Street Drugs” — A Manchester-led solution for a UK problem
    In recent years, the synthetic cannabinoid ‘Spice’ has received a lot of attention as a particularly prominent street drug used within Manchester’s homeless communities. But beyond the horrifyin

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