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Cass tutors, Fergus Fielden and Edmund Fowles, receive a 2017 RIBA London Regional Award for their work on Feilden Fowles Studio.
Two Law students have made it to the semi-finals of a prestigious national mooting competition.
The inaugural Green Impact scheme generated a lot of interest this year. Find out more about how teams behind the scenes got involved.
Peter Marigold, who teaches on Furniture and Product Design at The Cass, has been shortlisted for the Woman's Hour Craft Prize.
Green Impact allows staff from all departments to get involved. Find out how the Student Journey team have been doing their bit.
Find out how Pro Green, and their mascot Winston, have been making a difference.
Students from London Met’s Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design showcase their talent with a season of summer events.
London Met has appointed Gustafson Porter + Bowman to design a new public square within its Holloway campus which will transform both the campus and local area.
Three of London Met’s students have started their own company, outside of their studies.
"The best thing about the Green Impact initiative was how engaged we all were," said Green Rangers team leader, Kara Khan.
Art courses ranked second best in London again for student satisfaction, while the School of Computing and Digital Media's Maths course scores 10/10 for ‘Value Added’.
Team Extreme have been doing their bit for Green Impact. Find out more about how they used spreadsheets and squats to succeed.
The International Engagement team have been taking part in the inaugural Green Impact scheme.
Dr Karen McNally joined a Q&A panel to celebrate the ten-year anniversary of Mad Men.
Thursday, 25 May 2017
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