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    A Body of Words: The Body Beautiful

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    By Pruthvi Khilosia Manchester Metropolitan University presented the latest event in the A Body of Words series, offering critical and creative perspectives on body image. The event featured moving performances from academics and poets including Dr Muzna Rahman, Alan Buckley and Helen Mort. The evening’s first performance was by Dr Rahman who read an interesting poem about…

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    Racist university students exposed in WhatsApp group messages

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    By Pruthvi Khilosia University of Exeter law students’ racist Whatsapp group messages have been exposed to the public, following another act of racism at Nottingham Trent University. A member of the Law society at the University of Exeter, Chris Omanyondo, has revealed the screenshots in a Facebook post. He writes: “Before, or whilst you read them,…

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    RAH! presents: Professor Stephen Morris Inaugural Lecture

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    By Pruthvi Khilosia Photography: Pruthvi Khilosia Professor Stephen Morris reflected back over 25 years experience working as a civil servant and independent academic researcher in his inagural public lecture at Manchester Met on Monday. Prof Morris was joined by David Greenberg, a Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Prof…

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    Stephen Hawking: The Day We Thought Would Never Come

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    By Pruthvi Khilosia The world’s most famous genius, inspiration and Einstein-incarnation, has unfortunately passed away peacefully at his home in Cambridge on Wednesday. Born 300 years after the death of astronomer Galileo Galilei, and dying on Albert Einstein’s birthday (Pi Day), there was no surprise why Hawking was to lead the world forward in its…

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    A Shropshire Lad in Ancient Rome: A. E. Housman and Ancient ‘Homosexuality’

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    By Pruthvi Khilosia Photography: Pruthvi Khilosia The RAH! 2018 programme continued this week with A Shropshire Lad in Ancient Rome: A. E. Housman and Ancient ‘Homosexuality’. Led by Professor Jennifer Ingleheart, the talk examined the importance of Roman sexualities to modern LGBT and queer identities. Co-hosted with the Manchester Classical Association, the event focused on…




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