interFACE is Centre for Arts and Technology’s student magazine. Where did the name ‘interFACE’ come from, you ask? After tasking the Graphic Design students to come up with some ideas, we created a shortlist of possible names and took these out to the wider community. A couple of clear favourites emerged (sorry to whoever suggested ‘One Patty on a White Bun’ – we loved your creativity, but it just wouldn’t fit on a cover!), and we sat down with these to think about which one best captured what we were trying to get across. The word interface is both a noun (a point where two systems, subjects, organizations, etc., meet and interact), and a verb (interact with another system, person, organization, etc.) that also has techie connotations (a device or program enabling a user to communicate with a computer; to connect with another computer or piece of equipment by an interface); lastly, the magazine is the ‘internal face’ of the college. It all seemed to fit nicely, and we hope you think so too.