Bhadra Sreejith
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Bhadra Sreejith is a third year Government and Economics student, and Managing Editor of The Beaver.

LSE Research Finds that Nine UK Schools Produce Country’s Most Powerful People

LSE researchers have found that the alumni of nine leading public schools are 94 times more likely to reach the most powerful elite positions in Britain that those who attended other schools. Thirty-six out of fifty-four British Prime Ministers went…

Editorial: Obviously, Me Too…

…but we have to consider the nuances of the conversation I have a lot to say on the “Me Too” campaign. Given that my previous two editorials have been on a Facebook video and an obscure casual game respectively, it is high…

LSE Student Travels to Edinburgh via Poland, Berlin and Glasgow

An LSE student, William Stein, has flown from London to Edinburgh via Poland, Berlin and Glasgow, for the same price as a return ticket with Virgin Trains East Coast. The second year Geography with Economics student wanted to visit Edinburgh…

LSE Professor Chairs International Student Assessment

The Migration Advisory Committee, of which LSE Professor Alan Manning is Chair, has been commissioned to complete a detailed assessment of the social and economic impact of international students in the UK. This is following a report by the Office…

LSESU Scraps Bursary for Part-Time Officers

In an unprecedented development, the LSESU’s ten part-time officers (PTOs) were left reeling from the news that the £1500 bursary that was advertised as a benefit of their position had been scrapped for the 2017/2018 year, six months after they…

LSE’s First Female Director Begins Term

The LSE’s 16th Director, Dame Nemat Talaat Shafik, better known by her nickname Minouche, began her term on the 1st of September 2017 and has since completed her third week. Dr Shafik is the LSE’s first permanent female Director and was…

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…

LSE Cleaners Vote To Strike on 15th and 16th March

by Bhadra Sreejith, News Editor LSE cleaners who are members of the United Voices of the World union have returned a 100% yes vote for strike action. The strike dates are 15th and 16th March. This will be the first…