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March 4, 2015

LSE Literature Festival highlights power of written and spoken word

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By Amy Scoville-Weaver, Staff Writer Something fresh was present in the air last week on Houghton Street. Was it the first whisperings of spring or something more “novel?” Students, staff and the wider-London community attended the London School of Economics (LSE) seventh Space for Thought Literary Festival over a six-day period last week. The festival featured evening lectures, as well as children’s events, movie screenings and two creative writing workshops…

The NHS Is A Bevan-tastic Service!

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I come from a family where a trip to the doctors is the last resort; we literally only go when Google and the passage have failed to heal us and whatever it is that is ailing us shows no sign of relenting. As a result, I can count on one hand the number of trips I’ve made to my GP in the last 5 years: 4. Two of these were…

Ani Shah’s Lips are “sealed” no more

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By Suyin Haynes, Deputy News Editor The Beaver sat down with Ani Shah, President of Women Leaders of Tomorrow, to speak a bit more about the London School of Economics (LSE) Students Union (SU) Red Lips Project. So Ani, how did the idea for the Red Lips project come about? Sasha sent a link on our Women Leaders of Tomorrow (WLT) page when we were trying to think of cool…