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The last undergraduate issue of ALN

Goodbye Arts London News

Published on November 5th, 2014 | by Ed Oliver

Traditionally the first Arts London News post of the academic year is a cheerful welcome back to our readers. Sadly the first post of this year will also be our last... Read More


Lifestyle

New Camberwell student housing

Published on May 16th, 2014 | by Karina Starobina

UAL is proposing to build over 250 bed student accommodation at Camberwell College to be ready by the summer of 2016. There could also be a new reception, canteen and two new lecture theatres. Student Union [&hellip... Read More


Features

We’re on the move… somewhere in London

Published on May 15th, 2014 | by Rebekah Thompson

 If you asked for directions to the LCF from anywhere in London you could get any one of six responses; Lime Grove, John Prince’s Street, High Holborn, Golden Lane Curtain Road od Mare Street and it’s [&hellip... Read More


News

The big move: what do we think?

Published on May 15th, 2014 | by Inês Ramos

University of Arts London is currently in talks regarding the possible integration of LCC and LCF facilities onto one shared site. ALN asked around and wanted to know what students thought about this and found that [&hellip... Read More


News

Bus Da Rhymes session

Don’t miss Da Bus

Published on May 15th, 2014 | by Karina Starobina

On a rainy Thursday afternoon I head to an abandoned bus stop in Hackney to attend a peaceful poetry ‘bus takeover’ – going by the genius name BUS DA RHYMES – where a group of poets [&hellip... Read More


News

Frock of ages: the wedding gown in history

Published on May 15th, 2014 | by Kate Lismore

From a religious ceremony joining two individuals together forever, to a billion pound industry that has spawned weddings of all shapes and sizes, the V&A’s new exhibition looks at 300 years of the wedding dress and [&hellip... Read More


News

John Dolan and his dog

The Art Of Being Homeless

Published on May 15th, 2014 | by Karina Starobina

It’s an unusually warm Saturday night in winter London. A laughing and impatient crowd stands outside Howard Griffin gallery on Shoreditch High Street waiting to go inside. Today is the opening of the The Bestiary exhibition [&hellip... Read More


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