Monthly Archives: August 2016

Newspaper clipping from this day 1957

Tweet The historic main archway which still stands at the entrance to DeMontfort University features in this newspaper clipping from this day in 1957. Sitting amongst the pages of a set of books in the archives, which hold old newspaper articles related to … Continue reading

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Remembering World War I: students who gave their lives.

Tweet 1oo years ago this week Lance Corporal Alexander James Rollinson served in the Royal Scots Fusiliers. His name is noted in the press cuttings album as having passed an exam in Freehand Drawing in 1912 at Leicester College of … Continue reading

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Creating a Campus Archive for the Future

Tweet As part of my Frontrunner post at DMU I’ve been creating a series of images which combine old and new photographs of the architectural features of DMU. As part of this project I’ve gained access to parts of the campus … Continue reading

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