Extinction Rebellion: On September 5 Extinction Rebellion activists blocked access to three printing presses owned by media mogul Rupert Murdoch,
Manchester Metropolitan University students have been thrown into disarray in the past few weeks as lockdown has been imposed on
At the University of Manchester, the number of sexual assaults reported to the university was 30 for this academic year before it moved to remote work,
The festival, which is in its 14th year, accepts international submissions across 10 categories and awards up to £15,000 in prizes to the winners. BFI’
Period poverty: ‘Times are changing’ DCMS founder tells MM as informative booklet spreads important message
Last October Freya Slack, who studies Interactive Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University, launched the initiative Don’t Cramp My Style as part of a university project. It soon blew up into something much more important: period poverty campaigning.
‘Catastrophic after-effects of knives’ reinforced by GMP as 600+ weapons seized in week-long amnesty
After recent figures showed knife crime has doubled across Greater Manchester over the last three years, GMP moved fast to remove more than 600 weapons from the streets last month.
There’s more to 3D printing than just “guns and Star Wars figures” says Manchester Metropolitan University 3D print manager Edmund Keefe.
‘Equal to taking 10,000 cars off the road’: Save the planet + pocket money with Greater Manchester Big Clean Switch
A campaign is underway to help Manchester residents lower their energy bills – on average a September pilot saved households nearly £300 – while also aiding the environment.
Manchester Metropolitan University’s Pole Dancing Society hasn’t been around long, but its impact has been huge and its popularity is soaring.
It might yet be a good week away, but the spirit of Halloween is already looming over the darkening skies of Manchester.
A BBC-recognised market will be kicking off a street food night market this month at the University of Manchester.