The Government announced on November 23 that when the current, second national lockdown ends on December 2 the nation will once again find themselves within a three-tier system. However, this one will be stricter than […]
Goldsmiths will provide NHS Covid-19 tests to students starting next week in preparation for their return home for the holidays. The testing for asymptomatic students, who are not self-isolating, will take place Monday, November 30 […]
In a survey conducted by The Leopard, it was found that 59% of Goldsmiths University students do not want to go online full-time because students find practical courses are difficult to participate in remotely and […]
The Goldsmiths’ Writing Centre and the New Statesman awarded M. John Harrison with the £10,000 Goldsmiths Prize for his fiction novel, The Sunken Land Begins to Rise Again, last Wednesday.
Goldsmiths administration have come under fire recently for their treatment towards Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) staff in the art department. A letter signed by 92 members of staff that detailed micro aggressions and […]
Goldsmiths students are worried about the potential ban of students returning home for Christmas, which may come into effect to prevent the spread of COVID-19 around the UK. Health Secretary Matt Hancock publicly announced at […]
Goldsmiths students were outraged after finding out that 29 tonnes of carrots were dumped on campus in the name of art.
Thirteen (13) UK universities may not be viable in the long-run without a Government bailout, according to the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS).
In an open letter to the students Professor Frances Corner, the Warden of Goldsmiths, has promised to ‘tirelessly work to bring about change’ regarding the racial injustice felt on campus.
“It literally spits in all of our faces.”