Washstation spins out of control

Residents of Mclaren House continue to face issues with their laundry at the Washstation Laundrette A student accommodation situated in Elephant and Castle fails to supply student residents a reliable and well equipped laundrette as the drying machines fail to dry clothes to a decent standard. JLDN reporter Pia Marshall a current resident at Mclaren […]

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Are unpaid internships fair?

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A controversial issue that’s been on the rise in recent weeks is whether or not unpaid internships are fair and should unpaid internships last for more than four weeks, asks Angela Ansari A survey conducted by the Social Mobility Commission has revealed more than 5k people agreed to a ban on unpaid internships. Most internships are […]

Robot library for LSBU

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Future LSBU students are in for a surprise. From as soon as next year they could be served by robots in the new Library on Borough Road. In an attempt to make the university’s campus part of the massively evolving neighbourhood of Elephant and Castle LSBU has launched plans to provide it’s students with a […]

London South Bank University turns robotic

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LSBU is expanding its Elephant and Castle campus, with plans for theatre and gallery space, new lecture facilities and a brand new library where robots pick out books, reports James Murray 

Robot library for LSBU

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How to manage stress and education

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Exam season is fast approaching and lots of students all over the country are busy revising and preparing for their exams. Education is a major part of our lives from the time we are born we are brought up into the education system, revising for essays and trying to reach deadlines and we can all […]

JLDN: Women’s week

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Another rise in tuition fees, another new debt for university students

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With millions of students all over the country leaving university with debts up to £50,000, their financial sum is going to get a whole lot worse due to another increase in tuition fees Paying for university originally started with the Labour Government in 1998 under Tony Blair, who introduced £1000 a year. This was later controversially […]

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 […]

Robot library for LSBU

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