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Keeping Student Activism Alive

Written by Miranda Imperial As a one year Master’s student, my time at LSE has been short. My experience of the university cannot be compared to that of undergraduates. I know I cannot hope to be as familiar with the…

LSE and the Climate Emergency

Written by Gabriela Cabaña and Catherine Whittle A growing movement in LSE, the Climate Emergency Collective, is asking for the university to join the rapid efforts to address the climate emergency. A net zero institution by 2025 —as per Extinction…

Engagement in the Students’ Union

Written by Akash Mehta, former member of LSE Court of Governors I feel the biggest challenge before the LSESU is to get the opinion of the majority of students as to what do they expect and how they want their…

The Post-Grad Experience

Written by Bilal Bin Saqib, Post-Graduate Officer 2018-2019 During my experience as a Post-Graduate Officer, I have had an immensely wonderful time working with the management team at the Students’ Union and addressing the concerns of students to the authorities.…

LSE Students Cannot Support Williamson Without Condoning Antisemitism

The LSE Labour Society responds to Marxist students stand on Chris Williamson MP, by Chair Catherine MacLean I was disappointed to read the article signed by the LSE Marxist Society in the Socialist Appeal this week, and feel that several parts…

The Term ‘Cultural Appropriation’ Doesn’t Reduce Segregation, It Increases It

Before I begin, it worries me that my opinion on this matter is not the norm. In fact, it seems it is controversial. For someone who has kept their head down politically and socially for most of their lives, thinking…

Of Huskies and Hustings

The Wednesday just passed will surely go down as one to remember. The NAB was witness to severe iciness, embarrassing slips and a coldness not usually present at the LSE. Of course, hustings had begun for the upcoming Student Elections.…

Of Huskies and Hustings

The Wednesday just passed will surely go down as one to remember. The NAB was witness to severe iciness, embarrassing slips and a coldness not usually present at the LSE. Of course, hustings had begun for the upcoming Student Elections.…

Poverty of Labels: The Author’s Conclusions and Apology

THE POVERTY OF LABELS: THE AUTHOR’S CONCLUSIONS AND APOLOGY I would like to thank everyone for their response to my article on the Poverty of Labels, particularly the LSE SU Labour Society and the LSE SU BPOC. Upon reading their…

Purgatory100

Contrary to popular opinion, purgatory doesn’t actually feature in the bible. Some have argued that it was implied by particular biblical phraseology, or that its existence owes to the moral indigence of the Catholic church in their eternal quest to…