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    Manchester Met celebrate outstanding students at annual Faculty Awards

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    By Pierangelly Del Rio Photography: Delia-Adriana Tanase The 2018 edition of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Student Awards was held on Friday, celebrating the achievements of Manchester Met students. As a tradition, the event celebrated the success of a number of initiatives and projects based in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. As well…

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    The Cambridge Analytica Scandal: Mark Zuckerberg Finally Breaks Silence

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    By Pierangelly Del Rio Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg has broken his five-day silence on the Cambridge Analytica scandal. In recent days, Facebook has experienced the biggest crisis of its existence as reports emerged signaling Facebook’s data had been misused. In a 937 word statement posted on his Facebook profile, Zuckerberg claimed responsibility saying: “I started…

  • News, Opinion

    The Reality of Women in Spain: Expats share their opinion

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    By Pierangelly Del Rio  Spain celebrated International Women’s Day with what has been declared as the first nationwide feminist strike. Coordinated by an umbrella group, the 8 March Commission, around five million people marched in 120 cities to protest sexual harassment, domestic violence, LGBT discrimination and the gender pay gap. Under the slogan “If we…

  • Culture, Manchester

    An Evening Of Urdu Poetry at Manchester Met

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    Words: Pierangelly Del Rio Martinez Photography: Delia-Adriana Tanase The Manchester Writing School at Manchester Met presented an Evening of Urdu Poetry this week, organised in partnership with Manchester Muslim Writers, to celebrate the city’s recent designation as a UNESCO City of Literature. Dr Jess Edwards, Head of English at Manchester Met, was one of the…

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