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The current features editors are Annabelle Jarrett, Colin Vanelli, and Marianne Hii.

LSE offers guidance amidst Brexit uncertainty

ChiralJon By Eleanor Chapman The LSE has issued a statement regarding the future of EU and EEA nationals at the university, reassuring students of continued guidance throughout this uncertain Brexit period. The statement highlights resources available to international students seeking…

Policy Profile (Activities & Development): Gabriel Shaft

TB: What do you think is the biggest problem with how the ARC currently operates? GS: I think the system is quite inefficient – getting rooms booked, getting events approved, getting funding allocated – there are too many steps. There…

Policy Profile (Activities & Development): Jack Boyd

TB: What do you think is the biggest problem with how the ARC operates currently? JB: I feel that the biggest issue is how overworked they are compared to the staff they’ve got, so I said at Hustings that I…

Policy Profiles (General Secretary): William Stein

TB: What is it about how the LSE and LSESU are being ran that made you want to run for this position? WS: I think I have an ability to bring people together, and I really believe that the role…

Policy Profile (General Secretary): Zulum Elumogo

TB: What is it about how LSE and LSESU are being run that convinced you to run again? ZE: I believe both institutions certainly have students’ best interests at heart, but the biggest issue is communication. Communication between what’s happening…

A Response to ‘Preston on the Catalan Conflict’ by the Foro De Profesores

In the last edition of The Beaver we published an interview with Sir Paul Preston entitled ” ‘Let Catalonia vote for its future’ – Paul Preston on a country in conflict”. In the week following the publication of the interview…

Western Watchdog Goes Abroad: Chinese Human Rights Abuses in the Spotlight

Back in August, National Review’s Jonah Goldberg wrote a column calling out discrimination in China, going so far as to state that “Jim Crow is alive and well” in the Middle Kingdom. He also noticed that from the US, little…

Working Class Diary: LSE Students Share Their Stories

Current students shed light on their experiences of arriving at the LSE from a working class background My class identity has been central to my time at LSE. Backhanded comments, often never said in good faith, are a daily occurance.…

Finding Solutions To The Housing Crisis: with Jonn Elledge, Andrew Boff and Dominique Hua
On November 20th last year the Beaver organised a panel discussion on the housing crisis. The speakers were Jonn Elledge, editor of CityMetric, Dominique Hua, an organiser for UCL Cut the Rent, and Andrew Boff AM, the Conservative’s London Assembly…
Homeless man found dead near Parliament

Last Wednesday, a homeless man was found dead in the underpass of Westminster tube station, which serves the Houses of Parliament. The Metropolitan police reported the death as “unexplained, but not suspicious.” A Portuguese national, he was a former model…