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‘Occupy’ protest joined by Goldsmiths students and lecturers

Thursday evening, Goldsmiths lecturers and students, went down to the St Pauls demonstrations to support their solidarity to the protests that have...

Queen Mary applications surge despite rise in tuition fees

Undergraduate applications to Queen Mary University have reached their highest levels despite a falling number of applications across the UK. Appli...

University students warned against fraud

Students are particularly likely to be scammed because of their reliance on social networking sites.  That was the message from the Metropolitan P...

University students facing a turbulent year

Thousands of students across East London could face disruptions during their studies this year, as various branches of the lecturer’s unions ...

Princess Beatrice graduates after an ‘amazing experience’ studying at Goldsmiths College

Princess Beatrice has graduated from Goldsmiths College after three years studying for her BA history degree saying it had been an ‘amazing exper...

Lewisham People’s Day: Special rude boy Neville Staples tops the bill at community festival

Up to thirty thousand people are expected to attend the annual Lewisham People’s Day tomorrow – the largest free festival in south-east London....

Performing arts students put their shows onstage in Lewisham

Theatre performers and artists from all over the globe demonstrarted their talents at  Goldsmiths, in New Cross last week  for “The Works” ar...

Victory for Goldsmiths’ nursery campaign

There was welcome news this week for staff and student parents at Goldsmiths University as it was announced that the college Nursery is to be res...

local bands make it big at Z-Fest

Ecstatic Records in association with the Zenith Bar, Urban Elite Radio and ‘It’s All Happening’ music zine presented the first Z-...

Universal Music speakers make industry accessible

Leading people from Universal Music gave a talk at Goldsmiths yesterday, giving students the chance to ask questions about the industry and how to ...

Bravery of Police in New Cross

Remarkable video taken by a Goldsmiths student of a stand-off between police officers in New Cross and a man weilding a machete has been published...

Princess Bea’s hat bidding now at £11,600 and rising

The decision by Goldsmiths History student Princess Beatrice to auction her Royal Wedding hat on e-Bay has become a global talking point and online...

Local film chief says creativity the answer

In a swipe at the Government’s current confusion over university funding, Stewart Till, chair of Skillset, the key training body for the creativ...

Princess Bea’s hat auctioned on eBay

Princess Beatrice will raise money for charity by auctioning the much-ridiculed hat she wore to the royal wedding on eBay. The Philip Treacy hat...

Making scents of the media

Former Human League and Heaven 17 musician Martyn Ware asked the audience at last week’s Media and the Senses event, to sniff a number of syn...

Goldsmiths announces £9,000 student fees

Goldsmiths, University of London, has announced tuition fees of £9,000 for home/EU students studying undergraduate and PGCE (Post Graduate Certi...

Who wore what on the Big Day

Princess Beatrice seemed to have gleaned inspiration from her three years studying at one of the UK’s most respected art colleges, as she arrived...

Takafumi Kajihara: A view from New Cross on the Japan quake

On Friday, March 11, Takafumi Kajihara woke up to a Facebook message from a British friend. It read: “Is your family ok?”. Kajihara’s heart s...

Richard Peppiatt to speak at Goldsmiths

Richard Peppiatt, the Daily Star reporter who resigned after accusing the paper of printing anti-Muslim propaganda, will take part in an ethical jo...

Healthcare experts oppose NHS reform

Opponents of the new NHS Bill gathered at Goldsmiths last night to participate in Professor Colin Leys’ “Talk Against NHS Plot”. After Leysâ€...

Six Goldsmiths students receive police cautions for storming Millbank Tower during fees protest

Six students from Goldsmiths arrested on November 10, after entering Millbank Tower, received police cautions for aggravated trespass last week. Af...

Routes to inspiration: South London Arts Map launches

A new initiative showcasing the best of South London art launches today. The South London Art Map will feature an interactive website covering more...

Protesting students cause chaos at official opening of new Goldsmiths media building

Hordes of student protesters disrupted the official opening of multi-million pound state-of-the-art media facility at Goldsmiths, in New Cross toni...

MP Caroline Lucas rallies behind Goldsmiths’ anti-cuts movement

Goldsmith students are joined by MPs to rally against government cuts at the “Birth of a new movement.” During the event last night, ho...

Artificial Intelligence could save NHS £500 million

An online powered Artificial Intelligence Technology tool could enable the NHS to save up to £500 million a year. Spendinsight software was develo...

Hugh Keice: The new pop voice of East End

“To be honest, I thought my life as a musician was over at one point,” Hugh Keice said softly, lighting a cigarette. Fortune has never favoured...

Brixton recaptures South London’s history

Former students from Goldsmiths College have organised a photography exhibition which aims to compare South London 50 years ago with how it is toda...

Students support Egyptian demonstrators

Egyptian students joined other Goldsmiths students on Tuesday to protest outside the embassy in support of the people’s revolt. Around 200 pr...

Egypt: The revolution televised

I sit glued to my laptop for days on end watching fearfully and excitedly the events that are dramatically escalating with every hour. I forget to ...

Concerns raised by residents and academics over crime maps launch

Residents in Tower Hamets have raised concerns over the accuracy of the new ‘hyperlocal’ crime mapping service launched by police today. “We ...

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