Amelia Jabry
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Amelia is a news editor for The Beaver

Hearing From Our Alumni – 2017 Managing Editor Bhadra Sreejith

When asked about the highlights of my life at LSE, I always return to my time at The Beaver. Some of the happiest, and most rewarding moments of my time at the LSE were spent in the Media Centre, discussing,…

Sexy Scandals at LSE

Sex, complaining about the absence of sex and just plain creepiness. No, I’m not talking about the posts on LSELove, but in fact old copies of The Beaver.  With worrying headlines like ‘Netball Look Forward to Sexiest Season Yet’ and…

LSE Tops the Charts Once Again

The LSE celebrates as it has been ranked second in the world in social science and management subjects in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019. This means this has now been the case for the seventh consecutive year.…

LSE Fight Night a ‘Knockout’ Success

On Wednesday 27th February, LSE’s ‘event of the year’, Fight Night took place. It was hosted in York Hall, an international boxing venue, to a crowd of over 1000 people. Fight night is an Athletics Union-run night hosting fights against…

LSE Success in QS Subject Rankings

The LSE celebrates as it has been ranked second in the world in social science and management subjects in the QS World University Rankings by Subject. 2019 means this has been the case  for the seventh consecutive year. Comparing individual…

LSE agrees to implement ‘mandatory’ consent workshops

In a positive turn of events, LSE have agreed to include consent talks as an “integral” part of Welcome Week from the 2019/20 academic year onwards. The format and content of these talks has not been finalised however they will…

LSESU clarifies its relationship with NUS

In a recent Tumblr post, written 31 January, LSESU clarified its relationship with the National Union of Students (NUS) in lieu of the financial difficulties NUS is facing. LSESU have clarified that it is not expected to provide additional financial…

LSESU motion for free menstrual products for students

In their latest UGM, LSESU has voted in favour of an initiative to provide free menstrual products for students in the Saw Swee Hock Building. The motion was put forward by SU Women’s Officer Katie Tesseyman and seconded by Aarti…

LSE named as a top LGBTQ+ UK employer

The LSE has been named one of the top employers for lesbian, gay, bi, and trans staff in 2019. This comes after the publication of Stonewall’s top 100 list for LGBTQ+ employers was published this year. The LSE ranks 92…

Prepare to be Strand-ed!

Did you like catching that convenient bus from outside Clement House? Did you like the quick bus route to Waterloo or just generally south of the river? What about the direct bus route from Islington to the Strand? Well not…