JLDN: Westminster terror attack

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Following yesterday’s attack at Westminster in which four were killed and 29 injured, second-year journalism students produced a show dealing with the events that unfolded at the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Bridge. Our reporters visited the scene and interviewed students on whether they still feel safe living in London.

JLDN: Careers in journalism

Top Students Apps

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Studying in a new place can be quite daunting. London’s massive crowds, bustling streets and bright lights will definitely take some getting used to. Fortunately there are apps that can help with that! We’ve compiled the top 5 student apps to help you navigate through London. Uber CityMapper Studentbeans Evernote TimeOut

Battle of the dating apps

Women in Tech

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In 2015, women held 57% of all professional occupations, yet they held only 25% of all computing occupations. Furthermore, even fewer women are found in software development, technology leadership, or the other kinds of key roles that have a significant influence on future innovation. Consider that 88% of all information technology patents (from 1980–2010) are […]

International Women’s Day

Sustainability fortnight at LSBU

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With sustainability becoming a forefront global, we caught up with London South Bank University’s Sustainability Team to find out what they’re getting up to. The sustainability team are working hard on their new aims and objectives. They regularly run fun and engaging events at the university which you can find out about on their Facebook […]

How active are LSBU Students?

Sadie Bailey’s Ripper

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“The more the merrier, bring your own booze though I’m a struggling artist” Sadie Bailey’s exciting new venture, “RIPPER” by Project Upcoming, explores the subcultures of skateboarding and everything relevant. The exhibition will feature work from photographers and illustrators from all over the globe and some personal pieces created by Sadie herself. With this project […]

Vacancy: Social Media Co-ordinator @ BBC

Memories from the career of John Inverdale

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John Inverdale is a well known journalist who works for the BBC and ITV, and he has covered many major sporting events such as the Olympic Games, Wimbledon, The Grand National and the FIFA World Cup. Our reporter Milena Pualomaki interviewed ITV and BBC broadcaster John Inverdale- he shared some memories from his storied career.

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