News & Politics
This years NSS has gathered a lot controversy, but how much does LCC really know about the NSS?
Why did John Bercow make that statement about Trump addressing Parliament? Artefact looks at the facts.
An in-depth look into the deeply entrenched patriarchal issues troubling Nigeria.
A look into how technology is used in activism and how it will affect it in the future.
Life & Style
The world of Wiccans is unfamiliar to most. Artefact finds out what they’re all about.
Why has clean eating become so popular?
You’re swiping on Tinder and you come across someone suspiciously good looking. It’s almost definitely not them. So why do people catfish?
The internet has changed the way we communicate, but how is this affecting younger generations?
We examine the new initiatives that might be the answer for a more diverse future in the publishing industry.
We visit the DIY Space for London, a South East hub for not-for-profits and collectives and has a chat with their print artists.
One woman’s fight against the corrupt Pakistani legal system and the culture of rape it supports.
The infamous drug-fuelled past of the city of love, and how this underground legacy is being dealt with today.
Entertainment & Music
From old to new, these are some tracks that everyone should consider listening to
Artefact talks growing-up in north west London, conquering the states and plans for the future with rapper, Knucks.
Singaporean musician, Linying, discusses her first world tour and show in London.
50 years ago, Cambodia was home to a pioneering rock and roll scene. War changed that overnight and the country is only just beginning to truly pick up the pieces.
Marvel’s movies are good, critically praised and very much enjoyable. But none of them are great or superlative.
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?
Artefact heads to the O2 arena to see Canadian rapper and chart success Drake in action on his sold out tour.
A review of Danny Boyle’s hotly anticipated sequel to the 1996 cult classic Trainspotting
The first season of the ‘teen drama’ filled with mysteries and suspense has dropped worldwide on Netflix.
Drew Barrymore makes her television debut in Netflix’s new original series.
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.