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Rudd’s ruthless crackdown on international students

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Voldemort Is Back.

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Dear Wizards of the Magical World, These are dark times. Really dark. Darker than the time when you face a Dementor. Darker than what us Muggles call the jet black iPhone 7 these days. And it’s because Voldemort is back. In my letter to you here, he is a symbolic representation – of intolerance, hatred, exclusivity and discrimination. He is stronger than ever, and no feeble love charms can do…

Investment Banking – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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Written by Ellen To “What’s the culture like?” It’s the question asked by almost all fresh-faced aspiring investment bankers at networking events and careers fairs. And, despite half-heartedly expecting it, they are somewhat disappointed when the answer consists of the words “welcoming”, “supportive” and “inclusive”. One can hardly blame them when the mere thought of investment banking paints a picture of gruelling hours and a macho testosterone-fuelled world where analysts…

The USA’s Presidential Race to the Bottom?

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Written by Sara Sindija Monday, September 26th was the first US Presidential debate of the 2016 election season.  Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took the stage, dueling over important topics ranging from race issues in America to terrorism and the threat of ISIS.  However, it was the issue of taxes that fired up the candidates. When Trump was accused of not paying federal taxes, he quipped, “that makes me smart”….

What is Going on at Deutsche?

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Written by Zikai Chua Share prices for German financial giant Deutsche Bank hit a 52-year low on Tuesday as the bank struggles with the implications of a $14bn United States Department of Justice (DoJ) fine. Unconvinced investors started a steep sell-off over fears their shares would be further diluted, despite assurances from CEO John Cryan that the institution would not turn to the markets in an effort to raise equity….

Freshers, Food Poisoning, and Late Night Frolicking

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Freshers week has drawn to a close, leaving us spectacularly hungover and hurtling towards our overdrafts at a rather alarming speed. It has, however, been fantastic. Freshers week requires a suspension of your snobbery – to really enjoy the RAG pack you have to embrace it with open arms, personalised freshers t-shirts and all. If you accept that you will have to participate in a surprisingly aggressive dance-off with rival…

Editorial : Spring Cleaning Anyone?

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By Taryana Odayar, Executive Editor. Last week, I attended the open meeting organised by the United Voices of the World (UVW) trade union which was held in support of the LSE Cleaners.  The cleaners are directly employed by Noonan Services Group,  to whom the LSE has outsourced its cleaning  contract. A number of pressing concerns were raised at the meeting, pertaining to a pernicious culture of discrimination and maltreatment, as well…

MPs need to back Corbyn

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Now the leadership circus is over, Labour must unite behind Corbyn On Saturday Jeremy Corbyn won 62% of the vote in a landslide victory against his challenger, Owen Smith, for the Labour leadership election. The result shows once and for all, if anyone was in doubt, that Labour members categorically back Corbyn and his vision for the Labour Party and the country. It is a plain fact that Labour MPs…

DEAR FRESHERS…

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Freshers is a daunting thought for some. Will I make any friends? Will my new friends be anywhere near as cool as my home mates who can flatten Fosters cans on their head? Is it true that at LSE we spend freshers reciting Keynes to one another while debating whether J.S Mill is truly a Utilitarian or Feminist? Or can he be both? For those of you caught in this…

Trapped in Ice: Guirec and Monique’s Incredible Odyssey in Greenland

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Migratory birds are known to travel thousands of miles in search of a better home. Each year, hundreds of species fly across the world, seeking places with more resources and a better climate. Amongst these hundreds of fascinating species, no one would have thought that a little red hen from the Canary Islands would join the restricted circle of the travelling birds. Monique is not a normal hen: along with…