8th January 2024 | By Osaro OjoResearchers organise legal walk in Manchester to raise migration awareness at sunset
Researchers from Manchester Metropolitan University organised a unique event to raise awareness about the city’s rich history of migration. The ‘Legal Walk for Migration’ saw...
8th January 2024 | By Osaro OjoChanel’s Spectacular Métiers d’Art 2023/2024 Show showers Manchester hopes of economic boom
Manchester basked in Chanel’s 2023/2024 edition of Métiers d’Art show with council saying the show could bring an economic boom to the city The deputy...
18th December 2023 | By Makenna AliChronic loneliness spikes over Christmas in Manchester’s Queer community.
The Proud Trust is hosting support groups in Manchester over the holidays to combat loneliness in the Queer community. Loneliness is a major issue in...
17th November 2023 | By Beth Thornton‘Putin Began the War’: inside the mind of Alina Kostrubitska on modern world killing
Ukrainian advocate and journalist Alina Kostrubitska tells her story as a Ukrainian refugee while she supports her country in Manchester
16th July 2023 | By Rachel CowsillUniversal Studio is the film industry for all diversities
The earliest story most people hear about Hollywood is the one told by men about men. Except that this wasn’t always the case. History has...
16th July 2023 | By Lesley O'ConnorBritish History with black people playing a positive part
British history with black people in it. Black people are not just slaves you were taught in school in the 1970s. Black British history is...
16th July 2023 | By Rachel CowsillDirectors on tenterhooks in anticipation of the next big movie
It’s 1993 and the cinema screen is packed out with people eagerly anticipating the start of the latest blockbuster film by a promising director. All...
16th July 2023 | By Keja Isaac-SofekunThere was a time hairstylists struggled to style hair
The excitement of the upcoming show was too much for Zoe Trotman to contain, and she was bouncing with enthusiasm the entire trip to the...
12th July 2023 | By trainingeditorThe invisibility of the adultification bias: why are black girls hidden in the real world?
Man Met sociology alumni Renae D'acosta reflects on the bias young black girls face in education and society
3rd July 2023 | By Keja Isaac-SofekunFashion industry are ruthless with body confidence curve models
Rejection in the way, her brows pulled together in a sympathetic gaze, the hand on her shoulder to provide comfort but instead doing the opposite.
30th June 2023 | By Rachel Sarah CowsillFilmmaking industry women are scared of being written out.
Experience speaks louder than any statistics a news organisation or magazine want to inundate a person with. Every meaningful story has humans at its centre, and it is the best way to connect with people.
26th June 2023 | By Chloe PipeThe beauty of urban skating is diversity
The beauty of urban skating is that diversifies any environment, it requires creativity and imagination as well as the confidence to try new things.
26th June 2023 | By Keja Isaac-SofekunThe screeching sound of dump trucks unloading is deafening
A big message in the sustainability landscape is to wear what you own. But these eco-friendly brands are tempting consumers to make additional purchases
26th June 2023 | By Grace ElmesLeaving lights switched on throughout the night
“Every morning I sweep up buckets of dead insects from outside my laboratory.” Colin Henshaw shares his morning routine, due to the neighborhood school leaving...
19th June 2023 | By Phoebe RawdingThe pandemic gave birth to a new generation of book lovers
“I started my ‘bookstagram’ account because of personal reasons, I had no idea there would be a whole community waiting for me, -.” says book...
19th June 2023 | By Lesley O'ConnorNarcissism abuse in the workplace, within families, and with friends
Narcissism does not only happen in an intimate relationship, you can also find narcissistic abuse in the workplace, within families, and with friends.
14th June 2023 | By Khushreet JohalFrom Man Met fashion student to global ambassador for the United Nations as a Model UN youth leader
Man Met fashion student Khushreet Johal discusses her work as a youth leader for the United Nations
25th May 2023 | By Ruby QaimkhaniHow a ‘grumpy’ baker turned gratitude, helping others and sweet treats into an artisan business
Ruby Qaimkhani of the Northern Quota speaks to Cheetham Hill's Hamza Afzal (The Grumpy Baker) on his recipe for success. From being an artisan baking business owner and starting off during the lockdown restrictions and how the cost of living crisis has affected his business.
23rd May 2023 | By Beth Ibbotson‘Friends of Alexandra Park’ and Tony Craven’s shared vision
Whalley Range for Wildlife and Friends of Alexandra Park are dedicated community groups working to preserve and celebrate nature in Whalley Range, Manchester
22nd May 2023 | By Thomas MansbridgeRemembering Maine Road: 20 years since the move
This year marks two major anniversaries for Maine Road, the old football grounds for Manchester City fans.