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Interview with Lee Paton

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By Taryana Odayar, Executive Editor. 

Food Review: Hotdog and Burger flavoured Ice Cream

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By Taryana Odayar, Executive Editor.  The Greene King Burger & Hot Dog Festival kicked off on the 1st of June this year, with the pub giant launching limited edition hot dog and burger flavoured ice creams in pubs across the UK to mark the start of the Festival. The unusual flavours were created by ice cream connoisseurs Beechdean Dairies, and these savoury treats, as well as free Prosecco, were made available in London on June 2nd,…

Foley’s Tasting Kitchen Menu

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London is filled with pop ups. Pop up markets, burger joints and even pop up restaurants! I’ve discovered the coolest new pop up in West London and you need to try it. It’s called Foley’s Tasting Kitchen and it’s only opened until March 20th! That’s right, a short but sweet length of time, right during term time so you can indulge when you have no desire to cook/eat a meal…

Auburn: The Musical

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  By Daniel Cayford LSE, it appears we have creativity! It is with great relief and reassurance to see that we have peers who can think outside of the box, as well as outside of the books. From a twinkling idea, to concentrated exchanges of musical passion in a bedroom, to a public stage in the big wide world (Logan Hall, Central London), Alex Leung and Laine Caruzca have created…

The Happenstance

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You know those evenings where you can’t be bothered to go home and cook and wish there was a place close to uni where you could go and enjoy a nice meal that won’t break the bank? Well I found that place and it’s called the Happenstance. It’s only a 15-minute walk from LSE, right next to Saint Paul’s Cathedral. It’s filled with City workers who need a drink after…

Sharing is Caring: My experience as a Food Cycle Volunteer

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What if I told you that there is a way to stop people from starving? What if I told you that this way doesn’t require more from you than giving away what you would otherwise throw away? That you can take something you don’t care about anyway and use it to save a life. Just the other Sunday I did what you might not even think of doing. I cooked…

Sam Sax: Writing Gay Body

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Who is Sam Sax? A new American poet of our times. He is young but has already published two books in 2014 and 2015, and a third one is coming this year. According to his personal website, he’s the ‘2015 NEA Fellow and finalist for The Ruth Lilly Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation’ and the current editor-in-chief of the annual literary journal, Bat City Review based in Austin, Texas. A Google…

Advice for the Unrequited Lover

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By Eden Howard. The time is once again upon us to indulge in the enigma of Valentine’s Day, a periodic occurrence that obliges lovers to reaffirm their affections and reminds singles of the fairytale romantic ideal that so eludes them. In addition to this polarity there exists another category of person, the unrequited lover, whose regrettable love endures but is uncelebrated and for whom February 14th will only bring sorrow,…

Food Markets Near LSE You NEED To Try

Food Markets Near LSE You NEED To Try

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Giving Taste to Tofu

Giving Taste to Tofu

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Recipe: When Healthy Met Tasty  Tofu is like that awful sweater your aunt bought you for Christmas: you learn to love it. My parents absolutely detest tofu, and I wasn’t always a big fan of it to be honest. I mean, it’s gooey, has a strange texture and has virtually NO taste whatsoever. Why on earth would I eat it? The answer is quite simple, young grasshopper: one needs to…