Laura Zampini

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Distracted cooking causes fire alarm in the SU

By Laura Zampini Earlier today a fire alarm caused a few minutes of disruption for students and staff in the SU Building. According to an LSE spokesperson, the fire alarm, which led to the evacuation of all 6 floors of…

7% Increase in Student Satisfaction Marks NSS Win for LSE

LSE has increased student satisfaction levels following five years of disappointing results , according to the newly released 2019 National Student Survey (NSS). Overall student satisfaction rose by 7%, reaching a new score of 78%.  Student satisfaction is largely measured…

SU Provides Suicide Awareness Training

This week SU staff and LSE Residential Life have been holding 3 hour-long suicide awareness and prevention training sessions open to all students. The sessions are delivered by a residential life officer and 5 SU staff members trained by Public…

Being Better Than Everyone – A History of LSE

LSE’s rivalries with other universities date back to the early twentieth century, and have lived through famous academic debates with Cambridge in the 30s, “ragging” and mascot stealing in the 50s and 60s and again in the 80s, light hearted…

Former LSE scholar David Held passes away at 68

Professor David Held, previous Graham Wallas chair of Political Science and co-director of the Centre for the Study of Global Governance at the LSE, was taken ill to the hospital and passed away on 2 March 2019 at the age…

LSE Red Lips Week: What Makes Us Powerful?

Women Leaders of Tomorrow (WLT) held the Red Lips Week this past week, a week-long project aimed at reminding women at LSE of their strength and power and inspiring students to take pride in their identity. In 2015 when it…

LSE to Adopt University Status Title

In the next few months, the LSE and an additional 11 HE institutions which are part of the University of London will undergo formal public consultation by the Department for Education to adopt university status in their own right. This…

LSE Gives Peace a Chance

Peace in the 20th Century The LSE Library and the Women’s Library bring LSE students and staff another exhibition in 2019 called ‘Giving Peace a Chance’. It explores the history of peace activism ‘from the League of Nations to Greenham…

Departments Show Significant Progression towards Assessment Diversification

Different departments at the LSE have slowly been following through in their promises to diversify assessment at the university, especially after the most recent Undergraduate Programme Review undertaken during the summer.   According to official TQARO (LSE’s Teaching Quality Assurance…

‘Justice for Cleaners’ group hosts first open meeting of Michaelmas term

This Tuesday, November 13, the Justice for Cleaners group held its first open meeting of the term and set the next steps for the campaign. Among those who attended were many new faces of students who had not been previously…