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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…

Crossing the Globe #4: Hybrid Languages

This week we’re speaking about hybrid languages. We hear thoughts from Rhydian Rolant Cleaver about navigating the precarities of Welsh, from Melissa Au on the ties between class and Cantonese, and from Hussain Abbas on the changing cultural production and…

LSE Limelight #5: Reflections on Green Week

“Students are the most important stakeholders of LSE. When students feel that they aren’t being taught how to deal with the real world problems then students need to stand up and make their education happen.” – Saskia Straub, SU Environment and…