Hundreds of Goldsmiths students have gathered outside the main Richard Hogart Building this morning ahead of the NUS Demo. Goldsmiths students are planning to travel to LSE to join fellow protesters. Sabbatical officer Manoj Kerai woke students up in halls by setting off a loud alarm to ensure that students got out of bed in time.
He said, “I’m really happy with the turn out from Goldsmiths students.”
As the students travel through New Cross overground station, queues to enter the station run down the street. Sabbatical officers are working with the tfl staff to ensure students get through quickly.
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