Marianne Hii

Features Editor

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Features Editor at the Beaver.

LSE’s homeward bound Chinese students

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many LSE international students have chosen to return to their families and home countries. Students who have managed to return to China spoke to The Beaver about their experiences returning home, transitioning to…

In conversation with the New York Federal Reserve Bank President

Photo: Federal Reserve Bank of New York On 14 January 2020, New York FED President John Williams discussed his recent panel ‘Working Together: an interdisciplinary approach to organizational issues’ at LSE. Beaver: What brings you to LSE today? Williams: I…

Culture change in the finance world

Photo: Federal Reserve Bank of New York On the 14th January 2020, LSE hosted the panel Working Together: an interdisciplinary approach to organisational culture. The panel consisted of Dame Susan Rice (BSB Chair) and John C. Williams (President of the…

In Conversation: Tony Pua on Malaysia’s future

(c) LSESU Malaysia Club The LSESU Malaysia Club invited YB Tony Pua, Political Secretary to the Minister of Finance of Malaysia and Member of Parliament for Damansara, to LSE on 15 November to talk about ‘The Middle Income Trap’ and…

Renting as an LSE student? Know your rights.

Illustration by Jinny Lee During the 2018-19 academic year, there were 5348 undergraduate students at LSE, out of which 1753 were first years. Only first year undergraduate students are guaranteed accommodation at LSE Halls of Residence, with over 4000 places…

Trump, and the Aftermath: A Divided America

Ever since Trump’s election as President in 2016, his reign of misinformation and populism has seemed to go unchecked. The impacts of his term in office have often made headline news, sparked fury amongst liberals, and drawn raucous approval from…

The Aftermath of #MeToo

Deputy Features Editor Marianne Hii provides a comprehensive analysis of the role of public institutions and the press in the age of #MeToo After more than a year since the #MeToo movement has started, the United Kingdom finds itself in the…