Please give my body to the night

Please give my body to the nightIt never ceased to serve me rightBut though it tries with all its mightIt cannot save me from my plight Please give heart and mind to the moonShe’ll learn that they are damaged soonShe’ll…

Munch

I shudder with the crunchWith every munch I cringeI revel in the plungeI feel my mind unhingeFall with the novel punchWalk alongside the fringe

Thank you Ariana, for “thank u, next”

Ariana Grande’s rapid rise was unexpected; rarely does a Disney Channel or Nickelodeon child star shrug off their slapstick history and climb to such heights of popularity. With her high pony in tow, Grande released her fifth studio album and…

FT’s Sebastian Payne Discusses Digital Media and the ‘Pugnacious’ British Press

In the second part of our interview with Financial Times political writer and digital comment editor Sebastian Payne, we focused on the media. In addition to tackling the key differences between British and American attitudes towards journalism, Payne offered his…

Stephanie Leung on life and law

Stephanie Leung is probably the kind of person my mother wants me to be when I grow up. She tells me about herself as we walk through Hyde Park. Steph is the president of Lawyers Without Borders. Lawyers Without Borders…

In memory of Naomi Hersi: Exploring the Exhibition

In celebrating LGBQT+ History month, LSE Arts are hosting an exhibition detailing key QTIPOC campaigners, their experiences and their fight for equal rights through visual media. You are immediately faced with a bold, life-sized painting drafted by Amir Khadar. Khadar’s…

‘Death to the Tyrants’: International Poetry Festival held at LSE SU

The International Poetry Festival, held by the Institute of Experimental Arts and supported by LSE’s Anthropology Department, took place on Saturday, 9th February. The aim of the festival was to provide insights into the effects of financial crises from poets…

Academics ask: Should we be the London School of Economics OR Political Science?

It was billed as an epic clash between two major disciplines, and despite the odds, an unlikely winner emerged from a packed debate on Tuesday (Feb 12) to resolve a burning question – is Economics or Political Science the more…

LSE Takes On Plastic Waste With New Water Fountain

LSE’s Head of Sustainability claims that the new water fountain, which has been installed on campus as part of the #OneLess campaign, “will enable students… to be part of the solution to our global plastics issue”. Students walking by the…

LSE’s Lasting Commitment to Sustainability

On the week beginning 5th February, LSE celebrated its annual Green Week, acknowledging the environmental work of the Student Union and further encouraged staff and students to engage and participate in the multitude of events on offer throughout the week.…