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Hello everyone!

I’m Evie, and I’ve just finished my second year at the University of Manchester. I’m studying history and sociology, with a particular interest in Victorian social life, which makes Manchester the perfect place to be! 329 more words

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British woman lets Montreal student camp in yard in exchange for tutoring

A Canadian student’s unorthodox pitch to save money on his university education is helping a British woman to obtain her high school credentials.

Evan Eames’s master’s studies at the University of Manchester were set to cost the Montreal resident more than $30,000 in tuition fees alone, sending him on the hunt for frugal accommodations. 821 more words


Dorstone Adventures

Today I had a multiple-purpose outing into the landscape of Herefordshire – one of the parts of England I am least familiar with. I was taking a day out of my annual leave for three purposes: (i) to see a superb dig investigating some fascinating Neolithic monuments and halls, (ii) have an archaeo-scheming lunch (with beer) with archaeologists from either side of the border about a potential new project and (iii) visit a Neolithic chambered tomb: Arthur’s Stone. 852 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

Manchester’s Political Youth: An interview with Becky Fox on Sex, health and safety in the city...

This year, the University of Manchester broke the record for the highest turn out for a Student’s Union election in the UK ever. Inspired by how political the University community seems to have become, I sat down with a few of the candidates who were running in the election to ask them what they think about the state of student life and general Manchester politics. 1,373 more words


How did it happen?

http://www.medicinenet.com/hydrocephalus/article.htm      Hyrdrocephalus

What is the prognosis for hydrocephalus?

The prognosis for individuals diagnosed with hydrocephalus is difficult to predict, although there is some correlation between the specific cause of the hydrocephalus and the outcome. 279 more words


Alan Turing's Birthday

Thanks to the movie The Imitation Game, Alan Turing (June 23, 1912-June 7, 1954) is probably better known today than any time in history. A mathematician trained at King’s College, Cambridge, England, he was fascinated with the concept of formal proofs in mathematics, and formulated the concept of hypothetical devices that could solve any computational tasks. 328 more words


Vote Lemn Sissay for Chancellor of Manchester University

There are three candidates for the post of Chancellor of Manchester a University:

Lemn Sissay

Mark Elder

Peter Mandelson

Two are men of culture who have shown their commitment to Manchester for decades. 54 more words

Chancellor Of Manchester University