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The rise and fall of Mel Gibson

Cass tutor Kieron Baroutchi reimagines the Hollywood actor for a touring exhibition and book.

Local sixth former redevelops the ‘black box’ at London Met

Minaj Chowdhury’s six week research project with the School of Computing was selected for display at Imperial College London.

Jon Quinn, Head of Campaigns for Shelter, returns to his alma mater

London Met alumni Jon Quinn discusses campaign strategy and successes with journalism students.

London Met wins public sector sustainability award

London Metropolitan University has won Best Energy Management Project at this year’s Public Sector Sustainability Awards.

Competences for a democratic culture and intercultural dialogue

London Met’s School of Psychology presents a research talk on a new education initiative by the council of Europe.

Journalism students get a taste of their dream jobs

Students given tours of the BBC and Sky Newsrooms, the Guardian and get a chance to quiz some the industry’s leading journalists.

London Met joins historic parade

Last weekend London Metropolitan University took part in the 800th Lord Mayor’s show.

Bridging the Gap between Business Needs and Cyber Security Education

London Met hosts a day-long seminar exploring how education can arm students for workplace needs.

'A Day of Making’ Lecture Series

An exploration of how making inspires design.

London Met proudly welcomes Chevening Scholars

Seven new students at London Met secured Chevening Awards, an international scholarship programme to develop future world leaders.

Cover Girl – London Met’s Jude Rogers writes cover story for Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan

Journalism lecturer interviews Ellie Goulding for the latest issue of Cosmopolitan and Claire Danes for Marie Claire.

Masterplanner sought to create One Campus vision

London Met moves forward with £125m plan to create a modern and vibrant campus at Holloway.

TUC Library exhibition marks 30 years since the Miners’ Strike

‘Solidarity’ highlights support for the strike among wider society.

Paper to Paddle, The Art of Ping Pong on display at The Cass Parker Gallery

Bespoke ping pong paddles designs by Cass students auctioned to support Children in Need.

Students’ creative writing celebrated at Just Met 2015 launch

Work from London Met’s Creative Writing students will be celebrated at the launch of the Just Met 2015 anthology.

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