We are happy to announce that Level 5 of the Library at Northampton Square has now re-opened on schedule. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2011
If you are a graduate of our Journalism Department, we would like to invite you to a drinks reception at the spectacular Glazier’s Hall, London in September. Continue reading
The last remaining bandstand in a residential square in London has been refurbished – by City! The 1930s shelter in Northampton Square has been officially reopened after its restoration funded by the University. Continue reading
As part of our relationship with Santander, who currently sponsor nine scholarships for City students, we were asked to coordinate a ‘Community Day’. Our brief was to find an activity for a group of 20 staff from City, Cass and Santander Universities that would provide some benefit to the community.
This led us to Freightliners Farm, situated in the heart of Islington. Continue reading
Shaoni Bhattacharya (Periodical Journalism, 1998/9) won best news item and best feature in the ABSW Science Writers’ Awards, July 2011. Continue reading
City Journalism graduate Georgia Lewis Anderson (BA Journalism, 2008/11) has had her documentary broadcast by BBC Radio 1Xtra. The documentary, which came from an idea for her dissertation, explores homosexuality in rap music. Continue reading
Join us as we celebrate the sports centre’s history, thank the Saddlers themselves and bid a fond farewell to the current building as it closes its doors for an exciting redevelopment project. We are also looking at ways we can engage former City sports club / society members with current University life. Continue reading
The Department of Creative Practice and Enterprise would like to invite all former Music and Creative Industries students to a drinks reception at Kings Place. This event will be an opportunity for alumni from these programmes to catch up with old friends, and network with other cultural sector professionals. Continue reading
City Journalism graduate Dina Rickman (MA Newspaper Journalism, 2009/10) is assistant politics editor of Huffington Post UK, which launched today. Continue reading
As graduates from an international university, City alumni can be found all over the world. If you live outside the UK, you are invited to join your local City alumni group.