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LSE’s French population weighs in on Notre Dame Tragedy

Illustration by Raphaelle Camarcat The Notre Dame de Paris cathedral has outlived numerous revolutions, world wars and eras, standing over 800 years. However, the cathedral saw a tragic fire on Monday the 15th, causing a brutal sentiment of shock and…

Defying the stereotypes

Part B was reintroduced in 2015 as the Beaver’s well-needed arts and culture section. Today, it reflects a broader change on campus in all artistic domains. Although art can sometimes feel sidelined at LSE, artists and writers have been increasingly…

Nomad

I live in a suitcase,  My head rests on a pile of scrunched up multi colored socks,  Bedsheets made of folded blue washed out pair of ripped jeans,  Covers composed of warm winter turtlenecks and marine blue wool jumpers,  Constantly…

Petra

Glistening blazing dust, rocks on rocks, yellow golden skies of sand paved down the way. Layers of red, indigo, light pinks and burgundy shaded beds of stones stood up in rays, Petra’s columns, sculpted through time and age, stood beyond…

Odell’s Ode to London

Fans lined up by the dozens in the cold outside London’s iconic concert room Hammersmith Apollo, full of impatience and excitement.Their expectations were met, if not  exceeded, by Tom Odell’s exceptional performance on October 23rd. Stepping onto the stage with…