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FESTIVAL ROUND UP PT.2 – EAST END TAKEOVER

Our second announcement in the run up to the festival season takes a closer look at one of the most exciting new prospects on the metropolitan festival scene taking place this Saturday across the east end of London. The idea behind Sound Tracks is such a simple one it’s hard to believe no one has … Continue reading

Festival Round Up Pt.1 – BESTIVAL GOES CRUISING!

We’re starting our coverage of this summer’s festival season with Bestival, the festival we’re most excited about this summer. Somewhere on the Isle of Wight, nestled in a valley overshadowed by chalk cliffs, the stage is being set to host Bestival’s tenth anniversary, and for the festival’s big birthday they’re going all out. For most … Continue reading

Eddie Izzard Q&A

On Monday 19th March, Eddie Izzard visited Goldsmiths while on the campaign trail for Ken Livingstone, ahead of the mayoral election in May. Hosted by the Goldsmiths Labour Society, the event took place at a grassy corner of the Richard Hoggart Building and The Leopard‘s Chris Dillon and James Howell were able to speak to … Continue reading

Reverb: Carl Borat and Mystery Jets!

Friday the 7th Of October Goldsmiths Students’ Union DJ Sets From Both Carl Barat (The Libertines and Dirty Pretty Things) and The Mystery Jets! 9pm – 3am £8 in Advance, £10 on Door Price Also Includes Free ‘Ministry Of Sound’ After-Party until 7am! Get your tickets here: http://fs20.formsite.com/sugold/form28/index.html

ULU Elections

Hot on the heels of our elections comes the University of London Union elections, which usually receive a lot less promotion and coverage round the streets of New Cross. We’re trying to remedy that. By the time we’ve got to the news stands they polls will almost be closed (12:00 16th March – don’t forget) … Continue reading

Devil’s Advocate – Presuming Palestine

fter a reasonable personal response to the first Devil’s Advocate column I have been allowed to continue to prod and poke the issues in and around Goldsmiths and the Student union. With the elections just gone it has been hard to know where to start. However something struck me when browsing through the manifestos of … Continue reading

MEATeasy Restaurant Review

There’s a cult in operation above the Goldsmith’s Tavern and it’s called #MEATEASY. The smell of it alone has convinced people to become fully fledged converts. It’s amazing what a burger can do. The ones that #MEATEASY specialise in have had journalists raving, foodies rejoicing and anyone with even a passing interest in good-time fast-food … Continue reading

Goldsmiths Students to be on University Challenge

The university team based quiz show hosted by Jeremy Paxman usually has teams from the colleges of Oxford, Cambridge and other red-brick establishments, who often go on to win series after series. Hobbies for the contestants tend to be rowing, yachting and wine tasting. So it may come as a surprise that Goldsmiths have now … Continue reading

Varsity in the balance after blistering night of basketball

Goldsmiths and University of the Arts London shared the spoils in men and women’s basketball on Tuesday night, leaving the fifth annual Arts Varsity Challenge cup in the balance. In the first of two days of sporting competition, the Goldsmiths Women’s basketball team tipped off at 6:40pm at Haberdashers’ College to defend the hotly-contested trophy. … Continue reading

Varsity: How they did.

Goldsmiths’ sports teams have successfully defended the Arts Varsity Challenge Cup after an intriguing second day of competition in Chiswick. The annual event between Goldsmiths and University of the Arts London (UAL) went down to the wire, Goldsmiths eventually pulling away to win six games to four. It is the third year running that Goldsmiths … Continue reading