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    Live Blog: The People’s Assembly 2013.

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    Student journalist Neil Harrison reports live for Humanity Hallows from today’s massive People’s Assembly meeting in Westminster. For updates follow us on Twitter- @humanityhallows or like us on Facebook- Humanity Hallows Magazine. 9am: Arrived at Westminster Central Hall, lots of people already gathering around the entrance and the specially erected marquees. Over 4000 people are…

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    Rethinking The City: MSA ‘Crossings’ Event 2013

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    Words by Neil Harrison MSA Crossings Event 2013 Students from Manchester School of Architecture have been collaborating on a series of events aimed at re-imagining city life. ‘Crossings’ saw the budding architects and designers working on tasks which ranged from film-making to bricklaying, and from upcycling household furniture to thinking of ways to organically restore…

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    Abraham Moss High School – Mother Tongue Other Tongue Event

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    Shamshad Khan, an established poet who has also had her work featured in several anthologies, came to Abraham Moss High School to deliver a Mother Tongue Other Tongue creative writing workshop. Words and photographs by Amillah Javed ON the afternoon of Friday 7th June, I was introduced to a group of nine lovely multilingual girls of…

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    Beyond The Terraces

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    Annual MMU Football Conference, Thursday 13th & Friday 14th June, Geoffrey Manton Building, MMU Words and photo by Neil Harrison FROM CHAMPION’S LEAGUE TO SUNDAY LEAGUE, the beautiful game is a national obsession.  The 2ndAnnual MMU Football Conference, taking place June 13th & 14thand hosted by The National Football Museum and Manchester Metropolitan University, is…

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    Alumni Novel Goes Down a Storm

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    MMU Creative Writing graduate and author, Russell Smith, paid a visit to his alma mater and met with Humanity Hallows to discuss his debut novel, Oblivion Storm, as well as his time at University.  Words by Jason Cooke Today I have the pleasure of meeting local author and MMU Creative Writing graduate, Russell Smith. Russell paid Humanity Hallows a…

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