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

Journos, hacks and nosey bastards: why journalism is the career for you

By Alex Jones, Deputy Editor at the Orbital, Royal Holloway’s student magazine The world of student journalism is hard-working, weird, and rewarding in equal measure. It has been described, by a disgruntled editor with their back up against a print…

A letter from Roar: my experience with student journalism

By Tara Sahgal, Editor in Chief of Roar, King’s College London student newspaper From one student to another, KCL-LSE backgrounds aside: being a journalist at university is a daunting task. As a journalist, you feel responsible for ensuring that students…

Career diversity in marketing and communication

(C) LSE Careers By Anna Leigh Today the media is an inescapable and ingrained force in our society. Whether it’s on your cell phone, advertisements in the tube, or even LSE’s own branding, you are consuming content nonstop throughout your…

LSE struggles over China and academic freedom

By Meher Pandey and Raphaelle Camarcat Two days before the LSE Students Alliance for Hong Kong staged Black Bloc Day at LSE in solidarity with protests in Hong Kong, the Financial Times published an article about a pro-Beijing threat to…

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…