This year we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the City Journalism department. Much has changed since its beginnings (the staff, the students, the technology), but one thing that has remained constant during the last 30 of those years is XCity.

Since its 1986 debut, XCity‘s covers have featured everything from an advertless Leicester Square to a keyboard used as a murder weapon. Every topic from war reporting to falling in love at City. Everyone from Caitlin Moran to OJ Simpson. We’ve collected some of the most striking covers from our history, but which one is the best? Cast your votes below:



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