The Incognito Society

Helping students to spark connections

Commissioned by University College London in 2020, Coney created The Incognito Society, a fictional secret society at UCL which has its origins somewhere back in the 1800s.

Over 150 new students joined the society, participating in games and challenges aiming to support them in fostering connections remotely during lockdown. By joining The Incognito Society, students had the chance to learn more about their university’s history and culture. The challenges covered a range of themes, from historical stories to going out spots, arming the first year students with everything they needed to know about their new institution.

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Coney: Rhianna Ilube, Tassos Stevens, Chloe Mashiter, Rachel-Leah Hosker, Ed Naujokas

UCL Culture: Grant Museum of Zoology, the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archeology, UCL Art Museum and UCL Pathology collections


The Incognito Society – Parwinder writes

Our fantastic Trainee Producer, Parwinder Kaur, takes you on an exploration of The Incognito Society, a project commissioned by UCL helping new students to foster connections within the isolation of the pandemic.

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