• Entertainment, Review

    Review: Martin Scorsese’s Silence

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      Humanity Hallows Issue 4 Out Now Pick up your copy on campus or read online By Pierangelly Del Rio Silence follows the story of two Jesuit missionaries, Father Rodrigues (Andrew Garfield) and father Garupe (Adam Driver) who travel incognito to Japan in the midst of the 17th-century religious persecutions. In a land in which…

  • News, Politics

    The Women’s March all over the world

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      Humanity Hallows Issue 4 Out Now Pick up your copy on campus or read online Over 20 countries see protests on the first day of Trump’s presidency By Pierangelly Del Rio A day after Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration, hundreds of thousands of people attended the Women’s March in Washington. The event’s purpose, as stated on the…

  • Entertainment, Lifestyle, Review

    Five books to look forward to in 2017

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      Humanity Hallows Issue 4 Out Now! Pick up your copy on campus or read online By Pierangelly Del Rio 2016 was a good year for literature. Many brilliant pieces were published: J.K. Rowling returned with the script for Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, Colson Whitehead delighted the world with The Underground Railroad, Bridget…

  • Manchester, News

    Tears, Tantrums and Quantitative Methods: Professor Julie Scott Jones’ Inaugural lecture

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    Humanity Hallows Issue 4 Out Now! Pick up your copy on campus or read online By Pierangelly del Rio Martinez Quantitative methods are a range of techniques that involve the analysis, collection and manipulation of data that are often regarded as challenging and difficult to learn. Professor Julie Scott Jones seeks to erase the stereotypes associated…

  • News

    Paul Beatty wins Man Booker Prize for The Sellout

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      Humanity Hallows Issue 4 Out Now! Pick up your copy on campus or read online. By Pierangelly Del Rio Image: BBC This week, writer Paul Beatty was awarded the 2016 Man Booker Prize for his novel The Sellout. Beatty became the first American to receive the award after the competition’s rules changed three years…




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