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LCC hosts The Art of Punk book launch

Published on October 26th, 2012 | by Harriet Mann, Kenny Wastell and Nick Ford

  London College of Communication hosts one of its Principal Lecturer, Russ Bestley, book launch : ‘The Art of Punk’ Additional images courtesy of LCC archives and Flickr users What What and Lordkhan... Read More


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Journalism project highlights cycle safety

Published on October 25th, 2012 | by Morgana Edwards & Laura Borner

It was one year ago that Brian Dorling was killed at Bow Roundabout on his commute to work at the Olympic Park. Coming just a few days after the death of CSM student Min Joo Lee, the [&hellip... Read More


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Protest against austerity

Students march against public sector cuts

Published on October 24th, 2012 | by Adam Leyland and Shawna Warmington-Brown

 Video by Harriet Mann University of the Arts London students joined over 100,000 people to protest against the government’s programme of spending cuts in public services. The march on October 20 began peacefully at Embankment and made [&hellip... Read More


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UAL student’s blog earns Cosmo praise

Published on October 24th, 2012 | by ALN Multimedia Team

Each week the Arts London News podcast brings you the latest on life at UAL. This week we speak to Millie Cotton – whose blog, It’s a LDN Thing, won Cosmopolitan’s highly commended prize for best new fashion blogger. Students’ Union [&hellip... Read More


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LCC hosts the Elephant in a room

Published on October 22nd, 2012 | by alnonlineprod

The latest in a series of exhibitions documenting the evolution of the Elephant and Castle has been launched at the London College of Communication. From a Distance is a collection of images by documentary photographer Paul Reas, part [&hellip... Read More


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CSM student remembered in exhibition

Published on October 22nd, 2012 | by alnonlinechsub

  The life of a Central Saint Martins’ student killed in a cycling accident last October is being celebrated in an exhibition. BA Menswear student Min Joo Lee,  known to friends as ‘Deep’, was killed after colliding with [&hellip... Read More


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