Science Students Could See Fees Double While Arts Tuition Fees Are Lowered

Tuition fees could be cut to £6,500, but with much higher fees of up to £13,500, for some subjects that could result in higher earnings such as the sciences or medicine. The decision would see Arts and Humanities students, whose…

LSE Puts Consent on the Backburner

LSE has ended face-to-face consent training for all students after it refused a Student Union request to fund the scheme. During the 17/18 academic year, any student could attend consent training workshops. Now LSE has stripped its consent education down…

Netflix’s “The Night Comes for Us” makes “John Wick” look like “Mamma Mia”

In recent years Indonesian productions have flipped the action genre on its head by giving us some of the best and most brutal films of the 21st Century. Look no further than the two instalments of The Raid and Headshot.…

Can MPs’ degree choices predict their Brexit stance? LSE blog authors find out

Ninety-five percent of PPE graduates in the House of Commons supported Remain, research for LSE’s Brexit Blog found, while three-quarters of former Classics students in the lower house backed Leave. The relationship between politicians’ world views and the degree they…

Pub Talk: In Defence of José Mourinho

Football’s most hated and berated, José Mourinho has somehow managed to stir up anger and frustration for well over a decade. This has largely resulted from a series of inflammatory actions and comments, alongside a tendency to act disrespectfully towards…

“Maniac”: A Game Of Tetris

The Netflix limited series Maniac follows the psychedelic experiences of strangers Annie and Owen during a pharmaceutical trial and their quest through a range of different mindscapes. Sparks fly, and it is in the midst of these events where they…

Sports and Inflated Egos

Cristiano Ronaldo put his Juventus side ahead against Manchester United on Wednesday night. His celebration: to lift his shirt and show off his sick pack. Outside the world of football, we’d all be calling him a weirdo. But, no one…

Sex Advice from My Dad

Condoms have a 98% theoretical success rate when used correctly. And my parents did use them correctly, but no one ever thinks about the 2%. My parents were lucky enough to be in a situation where having another child wasn’t…

Review: Drama Society’s “And Then There Were None”

The Beaver reviews Drama Society’s first production of the year: an adaptation of Agatha Christie’s famous And Then There Were None. Ten strangers are lured to Soldier Island. All are taken by surprise when an unseen host announces a dark…

Order and Chaos

Farewell sailor, from the realm of reason we now depart! Rhyme not as leisure but real art will guide our ship into the dark. Recall blue skies and sun in your eyes, when you could tell truth from the lies.…