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Where do we think we are? Revising UCL’s history walking tour
On 12 June the Generation UCL project presented a revised and updated history walking tour of UCL’s Bloomsbury campus. Funded by two UCL EDI funds Student Success Fund and 
Student residences over time: Generation UCL exhibition profiled in Portico magazine
The exhibition Generation UCL: Two Hundred Years of Student Life in London has now been open in UCL’s Octagon gallery since September 2023 and runs until December 2024.
UCL’s Student Ephemera collection
The Student Ephemera collection is a curated collection of manuscripts, publications, artwork, photographs, and objects, relating to the lives of UCL students, the Student Union, and members of UCL staff. The material dates from 1828 to 2002.
Christmas in the Cloisters: Students and the invention of tradition at UCL before 1914
Recent years have seen new festive traditions taking shape at UCL.
Students' Union UCL's 130th birthday party, a book launch, and the opening of the Generation UCL exhibition
Wednesday 18th October was a big day. Students’ Union UCL hosted a reception in the Wilkins Building to mark its 130th birthday.
Saluting Our UCL Sisters: Elsa Goveia and Altheia Jones-Lecointe
Since 1987, the United Kingdom has formally celebrated Black History Month each October.
200 years of UCL student data part 2: Global patterns of student mobility
As I outlined in an earlier blog, my summer internship involved recording and visualizing UCL student data transcribed from Annual Reports and 
There is no university without its students
A new exhibition on the Bloomsbury Campus considers UCL’s almost 200-year history through its students‘There is no university without its students.’This is the concept at the
Touring UCL’s Diverse History
I am a postgraduate student studying Public History at UCL.
200 years of UCL student data: My experience of a summer research project
About the projectThis summer I was lucky to be partially involved in the Generation UCL research through the opportunity an Education, Practice and Society Undergraduate Research Fellowship (EPSURF) offered me.
Black student experiences in London, 1950s to 1970s – would you like to be interviewed?
When considering what it means to build solidarities, particularly in the context of discussions around ‘decolonising’ universities today, there is much to learn from lessons of the past.
A celebration of UCL’s Women's Union Society: A past of prejudice, passion, and persistence
As the Generation UCL project marks 130 year of Students’ Union UCL, we are pleased to publish this blog by Sophie Ho, originally submitted as a piece of coursework for
Curating student life – planning our Octagon exhibition
In the last few months the Generation UCL team has spent a lot of time identifying documents, images and objects for inclusion in our Octagon Gallery exhibition exploring the history of student life, which will open in September 2023.
Reflections on 50 oral history interviews for the Generational UCL project
I have now been working at UCL for a year.
Creating a queer history tour of UCL
I spent summer 2022 undertaking an Education, Practice and Society Undergraduate Research Fellowship supervised by Professor Georgina Brewis as part of the Generation UCL project.
UCL’s Queer History: A summer research project
Molly Edwards, a BA Education Studies student, reflects on their summer research fellowship with Generation UCL. 
Launch Event for Generation UCL: 200 Years of Student Life in London
The countdown to UCL’s 2026 bicentenary has begun. 'Generation UCL’ asks what if we put the lived experiences of students and alumni at the heart of UCL’s story?
Reflections on my first two months as Generation UCL Research Fellow
At the end of March, I took up my role as Generation UCL Research Fellow. There is much more information about the project here, but to summarise: UCL celebrates its bicentenary in 2026.
Breaking the ice: Testing object ice breakers on the Generation UCL placement
Jessie Lyu and Benjamin WangJessie and Benjamin are second-year BA Education Studies students who have taken a placement with the Generation UCL project as part of the Education Studies Placement Module.  
Generation UCL welcomes Dr Sam Blaxland
We are delighted to introduce Dr Sam Blaxland who has taken up his post as Generation UCL Research Fellow.