LSE Library: Refurbishment We Care About

The Lower Ground floor of the LSE Library was refurbished over the summer, with new tables, desks and seating space added. This refurbishment was conducted with a team of architects alongside Library staff and the Students’ Union, to “provide a…

How to Survive Being a Fresher

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…

Welcome Back to Student Life
When I came to LSE I had a dream. I had a dream deeply rooted in many a student’s dream. I had a dream that I would found my own start-up by the age of 20, be living off innocent…
The Best Friend’s Best Friend – A Freshers Phenomenon

I like to think that I’m a very reasonable person. I’m a nice gal. But at the moment I’m being faced with a real dilemma, a proper moral test. It’s similar to when you meet your new partner’s ex, or…

Lent Term – The Time for Giving Up?

Well, God knows how we’ve got here, but according to my timetable we’re almost at the end of second term. This means the inevitable; exams are approaching. I reckon you could probably tell the beginning of exam season just from…

Halloween – The Rise and Fall of Molly’s Principles

It’s that time of year again. It’s Halloween. Perhaps the most bizarre of all the strange festivities, each year I moan for the entirety of October, lamenting about how capitalism is abusing popular culture to rip us all off. You…

Election Night: Cold Hearts, Warm Pints

It started well. I must admit that it did start well. The screens were blaring, the coffee had been chugged, the power naps were had and the vibes were good.There were hot dogs. Being the inclusive liberals we are, there…