Worth’s student-led magazine Identity is celebrating its 50th edition.
The magazine, which was first published in 1996, has provided both a platform for students to showcase their talents and an opportunity to gain valuable experience of media and publishing.
Across 50 editions it has been a beacon of creative expression, a medium for young voices and a celebration of the human experience. It has tackled a wide range of topics, from politics and social issues to art, culture and lifestyle.
As the editors write in the 50th edition: “Through insightful articles, poignant essays and captivating artwork, this magazine has given a voice to a generation of young writers and artists, exploring the issues that matter most to them and sharing their unique perspectives from the world.”
The 50th edition includes new articles such as ‘Can we separate art from the artist?’ and ‘The dark truth behind the beauty of figure skating’, plus the reproduction of some of the best articles since the first edition was published.
Congratulations to everyone who has been involved with Identity over the years and we look forward to many more editions to come.
Copies of the 50th edition of Identity can be purchased from reception at Worth at £5 each.