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    MMU Celebrates Outstanding Students at 2019 Faculty Awards

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    By Alex Challies Photography by Jina Lee On Friday 22nd March, Manchester Metropolitan University’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities hosted this year’s Faculty Awards Ceremony, honouring students who displayed great academic prowess and commitment to their studies, community and extracurricular activities. Continuing the tradition from previous years, the event celebrated the success of students across…

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    Culture, Lifestyle

    Microdosing: A Brief Introduction

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    By Alex Challies Disclaimer: Some substances mentioned in this article are illegal within the UK. Participation in illicit practices is not endorsed or encouraged by aAh! Magazine. The information contained in this article is for educational purposes only. Microdosing is the act of taking a small amount of a psychoactive substance steadily over a prolonged…

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    Creative, Culture, Manchester

    Not A Yes: To Understand Consent

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    By Alex Challies What is consent? What defines the capacity to consent? How aware are you and those around you of what truly represents an acceptable ‘yes’? Have you ever stopped to ask yourself these questions? Ever more prominently in the contemporary world, the issue of consent crops up again and again, with seemingly little…

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    Creative, Culture, Manchester

    Masculinity, Femininity & Equality: 2019 Arts and Humanities Student Showcase

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    By Alex Challies Manchester Met’s Arts and Humanities Faculty Student Showcase launched this week with the temptation of free food, alongside an opportunity to view a variety of challenging and poignant works from current students. Centred around the contemporary theme of Masculinity, Femininity and Equality, the projects on display ranged from evocative to playful and…

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    Home Fest: Mohammed Amin’s International Manchester

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    By Alex Challies Each of us changes the world every day. We can choose to make it a better place. Mohammed Amin Since 1952, Mohammed Amin MBE has been a prominent resident of Manchester. Throughout the subsequent decades, he has seen the city adapt and grow, from the mono-cultured community he grew up with to…




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