Shifting the Lens, 2022

Shifting the Lens is a series celebrating staff and students from ethnic minority backgrounds at Imperial. You can find out more about the series, and see the full profiles of FaridahAta and Ji.

Faridah Abdulrazaq, MSc Climate Change, Management & Finance, in a library

Faridah Abdulrazaq, MSc Climate Change, Management & Finance

Ata Rahman, Digital Marketing Officer, Academic Services, in a London street

Ata Rahman, Digital Marketing Officer, Academic Services

Ji Young Yoon, Mechanical Engineering Technician, Department of Bioengineering, in a workshop

Ji Young Yoon, Mechanical Engineering Technician, Department of Bioengineering

Crete expedition

In 2018, eight students undertook a three and a half week unsupported trek across Crete. They were joined for part of the route by the College Photographer, Thomas Angus, who took these photos. You can see more of Thomas's photos and read the expedition report.

Students on a mountain in Crete

On a mountaintop in Crete

A student watching the sunrise over mountains in Crete

Sunrise in the mountains

Snow day

A lion at the Queen's Tower covered in snow

As the weather heats up, a reminder of cooler times – a snow day in 2018

Students having a snowball fight on the South Kensington Campus

As the weather heats up, a reminder of cooler times – a snow day in 2018

Biet Quad covered in snow

As the weather heats up, a reminder of cooler times – a snow day in 2018

Basketball

Imperial's men's first basketball team played SOAS in a BUCS league match in 2014. Find out more about the match, and Imperial College Union's Basketball Society.

Students playing basketball

Imperial's men's first basketball team vs SOAS

Students playing basketball

Imperial's men's first basketball team vs SOAS

Students playing basketball

Imperial's men's first basketball team vs SOAS

Blyth Art Fellowship Exhibition

The pictures are from an exhibition of artworks by Imperial College students Rosalind Crosbie and Andrea Perez Navarro. The exhibition is in the Blyth Gallery on level 5 of the Sherfield Building, 20 Jul – 12 Sep 2022.

For copyright reasons we can't reproduce artworks on this webpage, but you can find out more on the Blyth Gallery website.