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IOM report

World Migration Report launched at Middlesex

A leading report on migration and its effects on individual well-being was launched in the UK at Middlesex University by The International Orgaization for Migration (IOM) and polling-agency Gallup.

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Luke Archer with model

‘One to watch’ designer makes fashion debut in London Fashion Week

Middlesex graduate Luke Archer has showcased his luxury fashion label’s debut collection during London Fashion Week.

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Alex Moore's illustration

Circus illustrations draw into town

A group of talented Middlesex illustration graduates are hosting an exhibition inspired by circuses, freak shows and fairs from 18-23 September. 

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College Building

Tottenham Hotspur announce location of innovative new school

Following the announcement in March that Middlesex University is joining forces with Tottenham Hotspur Football Club in the development of a University Technical College (UTC), Tottenham have confirmed that the UTC will be located in the area’s Northumberland Development Project.

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Prof Schabas

Chemical weapons are more of a red herring than a red line in Syria

Leading human rights lawyer Professor William Schabas has branded the argument of finding chemical weapons in Syria ‘more of red herring, than a red line’ that has been crossed by Assad and the Syrian regime.

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Lutalo poses for shot

Lutalo wins British taekwondo title

Middlesex University student Lutalo Muhammad secured his first British title at the National Taekwondo Championships in Manchester.

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RAG in Uganda

Middlesex fundraisers win volunteering trip

Students from Middlesex University’s Raise and Give (RAG) society are celebrating after being awarded a trip to volunteer in an orphanage or care home in Romania.

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Nanako Kawaguchi's work

Middlesex artist selected for prestigious exhibition

MA Fine Art student Nanako Kawaguchi has been shortlisted from more than 3,000 entries to exhibit in the influential Jerwood Drawing Prize. 

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