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Goldsmiths' Official Student Magazine

In a mesmerizing mix of creative writing, illuminating essay work and urgent call to action, Katrina Nzegwu's piece touches on many vital yet nuanced of the current moment, including the relation of collectivism and individuality to race, colonialism, and class.
What agency do we have over our electronic appliances? Politics editor Aarushi Matiyani evaluates the kitchen through a postcolonial and gendered lens, revealing the semiotic aspects of our everyday appliances that inspired a project of her own.
"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.
"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?’
CEO of Shadow World Investigations, and author of ‘The Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade’, Andrew Feinstein, hosts a screening of the book’s 2016 documentary adaptation, where he speaks frankly about his time in the African National Congress (ANC), as well as the power of investigative journalism and our current political reality. Politics Editor Nathan Brown recounts his experience of the screening...