- Meet MUSKI: Manchester’s new, better-behaved snowsports club
The Independent Manchester Snowsports Society (MUSKI) is the brand new, reincarnated version of the former Ski and Snowboard Club (SKUM).
Hailing independence and positivity in the future of the sn
- New videos show massive Fallowfield "rave" while security look on helpless
Shocking new videos have emerged of a "rave" in Owens Park in Fallowfield.
The videos, posted on Snapchat last night and shared with The Mancunion, depict what appears to be a massive party, with d
- Pushing indie comfort zones: The Magic Gang's Death of the Party
Only 4 years since the Brighton based four-piece The Magic Gang launched onto the indie scene, they have brought yet more creativity and innovation with their new release, Death of the Party.
- POC around the block 1: Liya Kebede
The political climate of today provides, more than ever, a chance to shift our discussions about fashion and freedom to increase diversity and uplift non-white voices.
In this series, our columnis
- Review: Where the Crawdads Sing
Where the Crawdads Sing has topped The New York Times Fiction Best Seller List of 2019 and 2020 for a combined 32 weeks, spending over 100 weeks in total on the chart. This is an astonishing feat for
- Cream of the crop! Vote for Manchester's food and drink heroes
The annual Manchester Food and Drink Festival has unfortunately been postponed until April 2021. The festival, which was due to run from the 24th of September until the 5th October, is a celebration o
- Go North West bus dispute continues following activist blockade
The Manchester branch of bus company Go-Ahead has come under fire for what Unite the Union has described as a "bullying culture using Covid-19 as a smokescreen”.
In August, Go North West - owned by
- Poetry pamphlets and pub quizzes: Lit Soc's virtual freshers events
The English Literature Society is looking for poets to join their quarterly poetry pamphlet, The Mundane Times. They are currently accepting submissions from anyone who would like to contribute.
- Theatre in crisis? How to support an industry in need
The 20th of March 2020 marked a temporary curtain call for major theatres across the UK, due to the arrival of COVID-19. Behind the scenes, a major financial crisis brewed, threatening the future of t
- Buy, borrow or swap: How to read books sustainably
I love to treat myself to physical copies of books, but sustainable book-buying is of paramount importance. The true cost of owning a new book is largely environmental rather than financial. Here is h