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Professor John Owens, Emeritus Professor of United States Government and Politics, Centre for the Study of Democracy at the University of Westminster, wrote an article for the Conversation, on how Donald Trump could potentially be ejected from government. The article was re-published in Business Standard and the Raw Story.

On 20-21 May, the University of Westminster hosted the 6th ICTs and Society conference 'Digital Objects, Digital Subjects: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Activism, Research and Critique in the Age of Big Data Capitalism'.

Dr Patricia Hogwood, Reader in European Politics at the University of Westminster, recently wrote a blog for the Huffington Post on how the French President Macron’s victory’s results have been perceived by German politics.

On 5-6 May the Democratic Education Network (DEN) delivered the first International Students Conference, titled ‘The End of Global?’.

Launching the new Crime and Injustice series, the BAFTA-winning documentary Hillsborough (2014) will return to the big screen at Regent Street Cinema on 24 May at 7:30pm.

18 students from Westminster International University of Tashkent (WIUT) took part in the University of Westminster Summer School Programme from 2-15 May, run by the Department of Politics and International Relations.

Steven Barnett, Professor of Communications at University of Westminster, was interviewed by Samira Ahmed for a BBC Newswatch panel discussion about the BBC’s new, external regulator Ofcom.

The University of Westminster’s Chantal Mouffe will be chairing the event held from 2:30pm on Friday 19 May that will explore left-wing and right-wing populism in Europe with prominent speakers such as Owen Jones, columnist for The Guardian and political activist.

On this day, 45 years ago, the legendary David Bowie played at the Polytechnic as Ziggy Stardust.

Dr Itay Lotem, a Postdoctoral Fellow in Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Westminster, offered his academic expertise to several media outlets, commenting on the French elections.

Dr Paul Breen, Senior Lecturer in Academic English at the University of Westminster, has been quoted in Newsweek and the American newspaper SFGATE about the style of President Donald Trump’s speeches.

Professor Terry Lamb presented a keynote speech at the community event “Learning a home Language: Helping to foster the next bilingual / bi-cultural generation - The Ramgarhia Story” hosted at the Ramgarhia Panjabi School in Newham.

University of Westminster’s Museum and Galleries studies team has teamed up with Tate Modern and the University of London’s Centre for the Study of the Senses in the Institute of Philosophy to bring a one of a kind four-day series of events titled Tasty and Smelly, opening on 27 April...

Dr Paul Breen, Senior Lecturer in Academic English at the University of Westminster, wrote a blog for the Huffington Post which discussed the debate sparked by the recent death of Martin McGuinness, the former deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland.

Professor Peter Catterall, Reader in the History at the University of Westminster, was interviewed on Share Radio on the Labour Party’s membership and the Scottish Parliament’s expected call for a second referendum.

Graham Smith, Professor of Politics at the University of Westminster received a Fellowship Award from the Academy of Social Sciences for his excellence and contribution of work in social sciences that had a beneficial impact for the public.

The first Playwriting Competition organised by the University of Westminster was open to current students and alumni from the Creative Writing courses.

A graduation ceremony for the Introduction to Prison Studies course at HMP Pentonville took place on 29 March, after nine successful sessions of Criminology BA students learning with prisoner students.

The student-led Democratic Education Network (DEN), a flagship initiative of the Department of Politics and International Relations, organised an exhibition titled Silent Oppressions at the University of Westminster on Friday 24 March.

The Wells Street Journal, an online publication of the University of Westminster, is proud to announce the official launch date for its seventh issue – City after Dark.

Two events, aiming to give current students an insight into what entering into the job market is like and what options are available out there, were organised by the UWSU English Society and the university’s Alumni team.

Regent Street Cinema’s Psychology at the Movies series returns with a screening of Academy Award winning film The Social Network tracing the origins of Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg, followed by an interactive panel discussion at 7pm on Friday 7 April.

Dr Patricia Hogwood, Reader in European Politics at the University of Westminster, recently published an article for the Huffington Post Blog on the historical meeting between Donald Trump and Angela Merkel which took place on 17 March.

Following the triggering of Article 50, which initiates the UK’s exit from the European Union, a panel discussion was held at the University of Westminster to discuss different aspects of the Brexit process, identifying key interests, challenges and potential outcomes.

Matthew Morrison, Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, is the scriptwriter behind A Collection of Small Choices, an audio journey commissioned by Hoxton Hall to provide unique experience for its visitors.

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