Daily Archives :

November 26, 2016

Climate Change Threatens To Trigger A New Era of Conflict in the Sahel

Read More

The Sahel, the 5,400 km tract of semi-arid land stretching from Senegal in the West to Ethiopia in the East has for centuries been plagued by conflict. Wedged as it is between the expanse of the Sahara desert to the north and the Sudanian savanna to the south, the Sahel exists as a natural meeting point between civilisations. Between the 9th and 18th centuries vast wealth was to be generated…

Gwyn Digests: The John Lewis Café, Oxford Street

Read More

It seems to be an unwritten rule for London’s non-London students that when your parents visit, you go to Oxford Street. This is because no matter how much you try and convince yourself you are now a true, suave, luxurious Londoner, whenever your parents come you once again return to the spotty teenage being of your youth. Your parents coming means being reminded of the self you left behind when…

Interrogating Trump’s Taxes

Read More

Written by Matt Ehret Following the astonishing election of Donald Trump, stock market panic ensued. As the dust has settled, markets have reacted more calmly, with a number of Wall Street stocks opening higher despite disastrous market predictions. Trumps appeasing victory speech, which avoided the contentious and misogynist tone which was a fundamental basis of his campaign, instilled confidence in traders. His speech indicated the potential for a more subdued…

Women Leaders of Tomorrow Walk the Catwalk of Success

Read More

By Beth Loynes On Friday 25th November, the Women Leaders of Tomorrow will launch their first ever business fashion show in collaboration with the LSESU Dance Society. “The One Way Project” aims to inspire ambitious individuals on how to dress to impress in the world of work. Showcasing both formal looks and black tie outfits from various cultures, the event will provide an international guide on how to walk down…