Goldsmiths' Official Student Magazine
"Behind the brightness and ostensible cheer of much of the work lie experiences of violence, statelessness and the lasting effects of an unjust war on the country’s population" - Arts & Culture editor Edward John recounts the dynamic relationship between art and resistance explored in the new Tate Modern exhibition A Year in Art: 1973.
Ever been so moved by food that it almost brings you to tears? Food & Drink editor Maisie Goulsbra recommends you make it to Kiskakukk Etterem if you're ever in Budapest, not least because her experience of the goose leg was near spiritual.
Valerie Statham-Sprod shares why she loves cycling around London, despite the apparent dangers.
"Here we see a staple of Maurer’s work – the containment, deconstruction and reproduction of spontaneous events," - Arts & Culture editor Joseph Hewlett-Hall exposes parallels between the themes of Dóra Maurer's Tate Modern exhibition and the creative life of the artist herself.
Food&Drink editor Devayani Bapat shares with us an easy recipe from her childhood, perfect for a cozy night in...
An illustrated guide to 2020 exhibitions by Arts & Culture editor Gabriella Persia
"To most people a t-shirt is just a t-shirt ... Yet to some, the simpler something is, the more there is too seriously think
about in order to achieve perfection." - Fashion Editor Will Ritchie discusses Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's minimalist aesthetic in our not-so-minimalist era of fashion.
Arts&Culture editor Edward John provides an in-depth evaluation of this year's selections...
"As someone who is witnessing Brexit unravel not having voted for it, someone who is only old enough to vote for the first this year and someone who writes critically of politicians and politics, it can become all too easy to sit back and complain about those who are making the decisions and the decisions they make" - Politics Editor Clare Morris provides a reflective review of Tom Black's 'Crisis? What Crisis?’