If I miss a class (or two) for personal reasons, I know I have some wonderful peers who can help me catch up – quickly!
This week, 2nd Year Journalism course rep Yasmine and international student Diana were at hand to inform me on what I missed out on, after our Media Convergence class on thursday.
Part of my campaign to highlight diversity at University of the Arts London (UAL) and my campus, London College of Communication (LCC). Find out more from the NUS Black Students’ Campaign.
*Black is a political term which is inclusive of African, Arab, Asian, and Caribbean descendants.
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Kai, this is excellent stuff! Proud to be part of this foundation. Your journalistic skills are enviable. Welldone 🙂
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