|17 May 2013||This is War: Design show promises an assault on all senses|
|The achievements and talent of final year undergraduate students from the Department of Design [ read ]|
|16 May 2013||Goldsmiths students design prestigious Orwell Prize award|
|Winners of Britain's most prestigious prize for political writing were presented with awards designed by students from Goldsmiths [ read ]|
|14 May 2013||Making opera more accessible: Goldsmiths offers opera on a shoestring|
|OperaGold is proud to present Benjamin Britten's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' [ read ]|
|30 April 2013||Goldsmiths joins forces with Accidental Records to launch new student-run label|
|A new independent label, run by and for artists and students. [ read ]|
|24 April 2013||Exhibition challenges cultural attitudes to birth|
|Challenging the separation between women as mothers and women as sexual entities [ read ]|
|19 April 2013||Genetic and cognitive understanding of special needs could help learners|
|Understanding the processes behind learning difficulties could help teachers optimise learning for pupils [ read ]|
|15 April 2013||Goldsmiths and Lewisham explore their shared histories|
|The intertwined histories of Goldsmiths and Lewisham are to be explored in a special exhibition [ read ]|
15 May Academic life and mental illness
Dr Kate Devlin, Department of Computing, discusses the challenges of mental health issues and university life.
14 May Opera Gold in New Cross
OperaGold is proud to present Benjamin Britten's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
13 May – Earworms more common than you think
Daniel Müllensiefen, Lauren Stewart and Vicky Williamson, all Department of Psychology, interviewed about their Earworms project.
13 May Languages in UK schools
Jim Anderson, Department for Educational Studies, discusses what we could and should we be doing with languages in schools
8 May The Independent
Simon Deacon, Director of Popular Music Performance at Goldsmiths, explains the idea behind NX Records.
7 May Edge
Professor William Latham, Department of Computing, discusses how to get a work placement and what makes a great, employable intern.
3 May Regime Change Begins at Home
Goldsmiths lecturer and artist David Mabb talks about how he has used students’ protest slogans to create humourous but thought-provoking artworks
3 May Creative solutions to give noisy Hong Kong a rare slice of silence
Research by Dr Karina Linnell, from the Department of Psychology, found people living in urbanised environments are less able to concentrate on the task in hand than people who live in remote areas.
2 May Goldsmiths assays its future prospects
Patrick Loughrey, Warden of Goldsmiths, discusses the College's plans for the future
1 May Goldsmiths x Accidental Records Tie Up
Goldsmiths joins forces with Accidental Records to launch new student-run labe
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