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Holi Festival

Bring some colour to your life

Published on May 15th, 2014 | by Sophie Hadley

One of this year’s most anticipated summer festivals has to be the Holi Festival of Colours. The festival took place for the first time last year and was a massive hit so this June the creators... Read More


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Vulnerable students need more support

Published on May 15th, 2014 | by Anuschka Ross

A common perception is that University will be the best years of your life, but is this the case for everyone? With numbers of student suicides on the rise and mental health services at the mercy... Read More


Students Union protest

UAL cleans up its act and votes ‘yes’ to living wage

Published on May 9th, 2014 | by Karina Starobina

After a year-long campaign, with the dedicated support from the Student’s Union, GMB members have won the London Living Wage for all contracted staff across the University of Arts London. Cleaners in the GMB, the union... Read More


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Apps Change Private And Professional Lives

Published on May 1st, 2014 | by Anuschka Ross

Technology effects us all, but especially we, as students of the arts – regardless if photography, film, design, journalism etc. – are especially prone to being effected by its fast evolution. With the changing technology our... Read More


Mean Girls cast

Mean Girls: Ten-year Anniversary

Published on April 30th, 2014 | by Rebekah Thompson

Cult film Mean Girls celebrates its tenth birthday. Tina Fey aka Miss Norbury, has told the New York Times that she is working on a musical version which she hopes will be ready for the fifteenth... Read More


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Who really helps cyclists feel secure?

Published on April 30th, 2014 | by Rebekah Thompson

“Cycling in London is about 25 per cent safer than it was 10 years ago” says Transport for London (TfL) commissioner Sir Peter Hendy in the Mayor of London’s Cycle Vision statement of 2013. Yet, after... Read More


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Fashion Revolution Day: A Year On From Rana Plaza

Published on April 28th, 2014 | by Kate Lismore

Thursday 24 April marked the 1st anniversary of the disaster at Rana Plaza which killed 1,138 and injured 2,500 workers in a factory in Bangladesh.  The factory that was built on marshy land, was poorly constructed... Read More


Damon Albarn: Everyday Robots

Published on April 28th, 2014 | by Thomas Andrei

Damon Albarn’s latest solo album was released April 28th via XL Recordings. Here is our review of Everyday Robots, featuring countryside ballads and modern loneliness.  Damon Albarn’s latest LP is called Everyday Robots. Indeed, it talks about the... Read More

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