News & Politics
Who is Zwarte Piet? Where does he come from? Many question this character’s place in Dutch society.
Artefact was out with protestors in London as they joined a worldwide movement on Day One of the Trump administration.
We examine the potential impact of Brexit on the UK and the challenges that Europe is going to face.
Was Castro’s rule beneficial or detrimental? What does his death mean for Cuba’s future and its relations with America?
Life & Style
We explore the city that boasts scenic views and an appetite for multicultural food.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be in a sports team? You can be part of UAL Sport.
Understanding the significance of bee pollination and decline, and the effects on humans and our food supplies.
We take a week to find the best scenery, events, food and fun in the former British colony.
With a new New Year’s Honours list comes another list of those who respectfully decline.
How Milan’s thriving enterprises and companies are shining a new light on the city and Italy itself.
The church has always been a part of the identity of the black community but how has the Christian God benefited blacks?
Artefact meets London-based artist, Anna Laurini, as she prepares for two major exhibitions in the city.
Entertainment & Music
We meet another band from Gaul on a mission to conquer the music scene of our beautiful Albion.
The Yorkshire rockers have caused waves at their opening gig in East London, so we get the inside scoop on their influences and aspirations.
Artefact meets up-and-coming metal band Genus Ordinis Dei as they supported Lacuna Coil at KOKO in Camden.
Five events happening in London to get you through the long, dark winter nights.
The government wants to stop you from watching porn.
Why are some people prepared to vote against their own interests in general elections?
Whatever happened to good old fashioned zombies and vampires?
Are university fees really a problem for students?
Artefact visited to Surrey’s newest Burger restaurant to try Thai-infused burgers with a kick!
Galactic Empire or Rebel Alliance, Jedi, Sith or Ewok – you can find your Star Wars identity at a new exhibition at the o2.
Netflix’s latest offering is filled with dark humour, contemporary brilliance and green screens.
We visit a new exhibition which focuses on emerging and established POC (people of colour) artists within local communities
A+ Crossing Borders editionA special project featuring work from student journalists from LCC, Universitat Abat Oliba in Barcelona, The Danish School of Media and Journalism in Aarhus, SNSPA in Romania and Berkeley in California, USA.
How two Senegalese immigrants have managed to find a new life in Catalonia.
The misery and frustration of refugees stranded between Greece and Macedonia.
Two refugees talk about their escape from Iraq and making a new life in Finland.
Two years after the Euromaidan revolt, artists are at the forefront of Ukraine’s struggle for identity.