LSE Limelight #21: Masters Programmes in LSE’s Virtual Campus

“We’re not necessarily angry at the university, but there’s just frustration in general that nothing’s really being resolved” – Kanon Tsuda, MSc Human Rights and Politics. This week we’re speaking to Kanon Tsuda, a Masters student in the Human Rights…

Des rêves qui titubent (Stumbling dreams)

‘Stumbling Dreams’ by Salomé Melchior, 06/2020

Review’s Quarantine Picks: TV Shows

Nothing screams ‘TV shows’ more than quarantine. Now is the ideal moment to start binge-watching a brilliantly-plotted show. Get your favorite snack (be brave, and may the odds be ever in your favor during grocery shopping) and stop planning how…

Review’s Quarantine Picks: Live Music (Online)

Since the beginning of the UK’s lockdown on March 23rd, we’ve been forced to grapple with the concept of the ‘essential’ and ‘non-essential’. Unfortunately, live music falls into the latter category and it’s going to be a while before anyone…

Review’s Quarantine Picks: Films

With even Idris Elba stuck inside, it’s a sign we all deserve a cinematic break! Don’t worry – we’ve got you! I won’t be recommending Contagion or Outbreak, because that would just send you to the breakdown phase straight away.…

Review’s Quarantine Picks: Podcasts

Before launching into my podcast picks to see you through quarantine, I must reiterate a plea from Derry Girls’ Nicola Coughlan. To all you straight men out there: please do not start a podcast in your newly found free time.…

Review’s Quarantine Picks: Albums

Lockdown and Chill: Sticky Fingers, Caress Your Soul Today, dear Beaver reader, I bestow upon you a gift: a secret of the Antipodes, a jewel in the crown of Australian music, the one and only Sticky Fingers. This is good-mood…