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    Silence = Death: How Cinema Helped Bring AIDS To Public Attention

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    By Charlie Jordin Nowadays it’s difficult to imagine the horrors of the AIDS pandemic. Peaking during the 80s, it was rarely discussed openly despite the…

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    Word Up! The Power Of Song Lyrics

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    By Simran Kaur Takhi Music can be seen as the body in which messages are relayed to billions across the globe and lyrics therefore, can…

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    Student Voice: The True Face of the New Tory Leader

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    By Jack Holmes The days of the diet Tory are over. Welcome to a Britain led by a full fat, non-diluted, truly terrifying individual, in…

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    Student Voice: Who Is Responsible For Our Economy?

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    By Liam McCaffrey So often we are told that the life that we share, particularly in the West, while technologically rich, lacks a basic sense…

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    Student Voice: When Will Black Lives Matter?

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    By Amber Hodson Just days ago American Alton Sterling was fatally shot by police in Louisiana following a struggle after he was pinned to the ground….

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    My Interview With Lord Mandelson

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    Multimedia Journalism student Max Pilley reflects on his recent interview with Lord Peter Mandelson, the newly installed Chancellor of Manchester Metropolitan University. By Max Pilley When I…

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    Student Voice: A Rise In Racism Since Brexit?

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    By Sara Haywood Since the UK voted to leave the EU last week, there has been a noted rise in hate crimes and racial abuse,…

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    Convoy To Calais

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    By Bridget Fztt Last week, I went on the Convoy to Calais – a peaceful demonstration of solidarity with refugees that had been planned for…

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    Student Voice: The Use Of Death

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    By Liam McCaffrey The past two weeks have been overcast with dark events across the world. On 12 June 2016, Omar Mateen entered an LGBT…

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    Nihilism

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    By Will Kellock What if there was no beginning, And all life was but an end, A swirling void of nothingness Drowning in the orchestra…

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    Sunset

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    By Will Kellock I watched the sun bleed, Spilling blood onto the horizon. As it slipped into unconsciousness, All around stood silent, Their mourning garb…

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    An Impressionable Age

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    By Michael Conroy “Your wife is dead, Mr Haze,” and something that looked like grief came over him: Patrick Haze, that is: author, poet, philosopher,…

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    Awaken Ulyanov

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    By Michael Conroy The Necromancer, greatcoat billowing, back straight and arched upright, a slight bend to the knees, head raised back and gazing ahead, stood…

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    Displacement

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    By Laura Pathe She falls back, the water sloshes over her ears and sounds become muted and distant; it’s as close to silence and peace…

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    In a Land of Broken Mirrors

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    By Laura Pathe Why is it so hard to find yourself Amongst this unkept rubble? Lost within the reflections of A maze of maddening mirrors….

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    Heart of Ice

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    By Rebeca Elgueta Here we stand, on the boundaries of my heart. I am in Winter, you in Spring It looks joyful over there. The…

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    Corrupt Soul

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    By Rebeca Elgueta I am corrupt my love. Flowers bloom under your Gentle looks But decay and die under my Poisoned touch. Why even the…

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    Mirror Mirror

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    By Rebeca Elgueta The candles flicker in the dark, illuminating the mirror with a ghostly glow. The figure of a girl appears, her skin white…

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    The Yellowing Heart

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    By Laura Pathe The Heart that wilts within your chest Could crumple at a touch. Cruelly tortured at your behest It’s stained a yellow blush….

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    Behind Beijing

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    By Daniel Broadley David Adesanya is a Manchester Metropolitan University architect student embarking on a once-in-a-life-time opportunity. Taking advantage of the Study China project, he will…

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    International Women’s Day 2016: Celebrating Caitlin Moran

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    To celebrate International Women’s Day we asked our writers to tell us about the women who inspire them. By Simran Kaur Takhi What a great…

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    Myra Breckinridge: Sure Hard to Handle?

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    Words by Jack Holmes Photography by Rachael Burns The SEX strand of Manchester Metropolitan University’s (Manchester Met) Humanities in Public Festival continued last Friday with…

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    Humanity Hallows Magazine Launch

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    By Kalman Dean-Richards Your university is growing. Not in the meaningless sense that all businesses and football teams claim to be growing, but in demonstrable,…

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    Bird La Bird Comes to Manchester Met

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    By Jacqueline Grima Manchester Metropolitan University’s (Manchester Met) Humanities in Public (HiP) Festival continued this weekend with a presentation by performance artist Bird La Bird. The…

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    Review: Nick Thune @ Tiger Lounge

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    By Jack Holmes Manchester’s comedy scene gets to pat itself on the back once again after last night’s comedy gig at the Tiger Lounge. The…

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    Humanities in Public Festival Launches SEX

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    By Jacqueline Grima Manchester Metropolitan University (Manchester Met) launched the second strand of its 2015/16 Humanities in Public Festival last week with an event held…

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    Manchester Writing Welcomes Author Juliet Jacques

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    By Jamie Ryder Manchester Metropolitan University’s Manchester Writing series continued last week with guest writer Juliet Jacques discussing the concept of identity. The event took…

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    Manchester Writing Competition Winners Announced

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    By Jamie Stewart The winners of Manchester Metropolitan University’s 2015 Manchester Writing Competition were announced in a glittering prize-giving ceremony last week. The competition, launched…

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    Turning Notes into Letters

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    By Jamie Stewart How do you describe music? How do you choose the right words? How do you make connections between two seemingly polar-opposite worlds?…

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    Making A Murderer’s Brendan Dassey To Be Released

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    By Charlie Jordin Brendan Dassey, who was partly the subject of the 2015 Netflix documentary Making a Murderer, will be released from jail in the…

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Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images
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John Haygarth. Line engraving by W. Cooke, 1827, after J. H. Bell.
Line engraving
Gent's magazine
Published: 1827

Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons Attribution only licence CC BY 4.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

    Silence = Death: How Cinema Helped Bring AIDS To Public Attention

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    By Charlie Jordin Nowadays it’s difficult to imagine the horrors of the AIDS pandemic. Peaking during the 80s, it was rarely discussed openly despite the…

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    Suicide Squad: Don’t Judge A Film By Its Trailers

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    By Jack Holmes Superhero movies pretty much dominate the cinema calendar these days and not everyone’s so happy about it. “They’re all the same, I’m…

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    This is England Club Night Comes to Sankeys

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    By Jack Holmes Sankeys will welcome Manchester’s first This is England club night tomorrow featuring classic tracks from the Shane Meadows directed masterpieces. The original…

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    Review: Stranger Things Series One

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    By Jack Holmes Ghostbusters, Jungle Book, Star Wars, Star Trek, Batman – there’s been a tidal wave of reboots, nostalgia and homage hitting Hollywood in…

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    New Black Mirror Series Coming to Netflix

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    By Daniel J Broadley A third season of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror has been confirmed by Netflix to be released on Friday 21st October 2016….

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    Manchester Band Tindrumm Release Double A Side

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    By Jacqueline Grima Manchester art/rock quartet Tindrumm have recently announced the release of a new double A side. The release, produced by independent record label…

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    An Introduction to the Sounds of India

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    By Simran Kaur Takhi As someone of Indian heritage, I am lucky to have been introduced to South Asian musicians alongside English and European contemporaries….

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    Sexhibition Comes To Manchester

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    By Jacque Talbot This summer, a group of models and exhibitors came to Manchester for the increasingly popular annual Sexhibition event. Sexhibition, if you hadn’t…

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    Suicide Squad: Don’t Judge A Film By Its Trailers

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    By Jack Holmes Superhero movies pretty much dominate the cinema calendar these days and not everyone’s so happy about it. “They’re all the same, I’m…

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    Review: Stranger Things Series One

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    By Jack Holmes Ghostbusters, Jungle Book, Star Wars, Star Trek, Batman – there’s been a tidal wave of reboots, nostalgia and homage hitting Hollywood in…

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    An Introduction to the Sounds of India

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    By Simran Kaur Takhi As someone of Indian heritage, I am lucky to have been introduced to South Asian musicians alongside English and European contemporaries….

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    Cover Versions That Need To Be Heard

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    By Simran Kaur Takhi Cover versions of songs are arguably an art form in themselves. To completely transform a piece of music with the already…

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    Detroit: Become Human Is Quantic Dream’s Return To Form

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    By Adnan Riaz Detroit: Become Human is a promising sign of developer Quantic Dream returning to form, especially after the French-based studio’s last outing, 2013’s…

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    Movie Classics: Kung Fury

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    By Jack Holmes Studio intervention has doomed so many potentially iconic movies by filling them with obvious narrative choices, minimising any risks taken with the…

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    Beat-Herder 2016

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    By Daniel J Broadley The Beat-Herder festival prides itself on being one of the last truly independent British music festivals, starting out as a small…

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    Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016: Grimm Street

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    By Zoe Turner Siri Rodnes’ surreal exploration of a child’s struggle with her deteriorating health is a playful and touching short film. Its viewer follows…

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    Manchester Met Sport Scholar Does The Rio Double

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    By Jacqueline Grima Manchester Metropolitan University Sport Scholar Kadeena Cox will be heading to Rio this summer after being selected for the Paralympic GB cycling…

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    Cross-Campus Rugby Team Succeeds at Sandbach 7s

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    By Jacque Talbot The Festival of Sport recently hosted by Sandbach Rugby Club saw Manchester Metropolitan University’s (Manchester Met/MMU) Crewe and Manchester campus rugby teams…

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    Basketball Friends Launch Healthy Drinks Company Tuice

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    By Jacque Talbot Graduation is on the horizon for many students, as they prepare for their lives on the ‘outside’. Fear, apprehension or in some cases…

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    UEFA European Championship 2016: A Preview

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    By Jacque Talbot With only a few weeks to go, France will soon play host to the UEFA European Championship 2016. This is the first…

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    Manchester Met Raise Over £700 for Charity with Puppy Cuddles

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    By Jack Holmes Impending deadlines? Missing home? Been in your overdraft so long you don’t remember what “money” even is anymore? Maybe you’re just feeling,…

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    Banish Stress For £3.50 With Dog Cuddles!

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    By Jacqueline Grima Everybody knows that this time of year can be extremely stressful for university students. With exams looming, dissertations due and even perhaps…

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    Jesus, Mandela, Blatter

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    By Josh Dimond FIFA president Sepp Blatter has been compared to Jesus, Nelson Mandela, Winston Churchill, Moses, Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King by Osiris…

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