South Bank was produced twice a year, in October and April until it ceased production in 2018. An archive of all editions is below and we are currently exploring alternative ways to share the powerful and compelling stories found within the LSBU family.

We are always looking for stories of LSBU Alumni at all stages of their journeys. If you or someone you know has an interesting story that you feel should be shared – let us know.  After all it’s what you do that matters.

Issue 25

 south bank - autumn 2018

This issue we look at expert in international law Professor Craig Barker of the School of Law and Social Sciences as he makes the case against Boris Becker and his recent claim for diplomatic immunity. Our cover features Rotsen Ibarra whose restaurant Petare is putting Venezuelan food on the map.


This spring our new look South Bank Magazine looks at how members of the LSBU community are helping people to become active partners in their own health and wellbeing. We meet entrepreneurs Ruth Oshinkanlu and David Mark whose personal experiences have led them to create thriving, impactful businesses.


Our autumn issue meets Service Complaints Ombudsman for the Armed Forces, Nicola Williams. A woman with great power who makes tough decisions on a daily basis. We also meet the students, alumni, honorary graduates and LSBU academics who are working to create sustainable communities in this editions big issue.

South Bank - spring 2017

Our first issue for 2017 focuses on new ways of doing business. We spoke to Xavier White, artist at residence at LSBU on using art to explore news ways of thinking about healthcare, alumnus Tunji Akintokun on helping people into STEM and alumna Donna Herdsman on championing diversity. 

South Bank - autumn 2016

For autumn we caught up with self-proclaimed 'rebel nutritionist' and alumna Nureen Glaves to find out about her healthy eating business. Our big issue this time is on the built environment and sustainability where we find out what challenges are facing our architects, engineers and more.

South Bank- spring 2016

In the first South Bank edition of 2016 we asked LSBU staff, alumni and friends to share their perspectives on the unprecedented Migrat Crisis and give an insight into their own experiences.

South Bank - autumn 2015 

The brand new South Bank magazine takes some of the most prominent issues affecting society today and looks at them through the lens of LSBU alumni, students and staff. This edition’s special feature is on the housing crisis.


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