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  • 30 Sep

    Highlights of our 125th birthday!

    Monday 29 September marked the 125 year anniversary of Morley College, and like any good birthday we spent most of the day eating cake!
  • 29 Sep

    From student to international artist

    Former Morley student Katharine Coleman started glass engraving as a hobby at the College and has since gone on to exhibit and teach in the UK and internationally. Here we find out what it's like returning to where it all began.
  • 29 Sep

    Strictly's 5th Judge

    We've asked Morley's Ballrooom and Latin dance tutor Hanna Sierzputowska to be our fifth Strictly Come Dancing judge and give us a fortnightly review of the dances. Read her first article.
  • 23 Sep

    Highlights of Literary London

    This year our Humanities department have organised a range of walking tours around London, this term focusing on the literary history of the city. Tutor Elaine Wein picks out the top spots from this term's walks.
  • 22 Sep

    Papermaking & me

    Morley papermaking tutor Lucy Baxandall shares her inspirations and beginnings in papermaking and the potential surprise that awaits you each time you make paper.
  • 19 Sep

    Zeppelin Nights at Morley

    Last night saw the first in our series of Penny Lectures with Professor Jerry White discussing the impact the First World War had and continues to have on London in his lecture, Zeppelin Nights: London in the First World War.
  • 18 Sep

    Pass notes: The Blues

    Programme Manager for Jazz and Popular Music, Flavio Li Vigni gives us his insight into the blues, what constitutes the blues and who can play the blues?
  • 16 Sep

    Morley In Its Own Write

    As part of the celebrations the Morley Student Council are holding a writing competition open to all current Morley students.
  • 11 Sep

    Releasing the Writer Within

    How many of us, when we read a novel, story, or poem, watch a film, or see a play, sometimes wonder if we could do the job better? Morley tutor Kate Potts gives us her insight on how to get the creative juices flowing.
  • 10 Sep

    Profile: Professor Jerry White

    In the inaugural Penny Lecture for our 125 year anniversary Professor Jerry White will discuss the impact the First World War had on London. But what leads to this fascination with London? Find out in this profile.