Zehra Jafree
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Condragulations to RuPaul UK Season 1 ★★★★

RuPaul’s Drag Race has landed in the UK and is making Drag Race history. The finale was last Thursday, and what a finale it was – whether your fave won or not – it was one for the books.  I…

Race and sexuality: Stop it. Weirdo.

LSE is one of the most international universities in the world, and interracial couples aren’t uncommon – don’t get me wrong, I think this is a good thing. It only starts to get icky when someone says something like “My…

Enron: Applaud for Fraud

Dinosaurs, scandal and the stock market: what more could you want? The LSE Drama Society opens the year in style. An energy company as the subject matter shouldn’t scare anyone off. It’s deeply, darkly funny and most importantly, accessible.  The…

Living with Yourself – thank you, next. ★★

Netflix does television insanely well. Anyone who has asked me about Sex Education or The End of the F****** World knows I feel strongly about this.  But don’t make the mistake of taking in these master-shows and putting blind faith…

The One Where the World Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Friends

25 years ago on 22 September the world witnessed the birth of one of the most iconic sitcoms of all time – Friends. Since then, we have followed the fast-paced lives of 6 adults in their mid-twenties as they struggled…

after

What gets me most is that he’ll never go through an ounce of the sickening aftermath that I have lived. The first person I told about the assault was my 7th grade English teacher, over facebook messenger, almost 5 months…

LSE Library – The Most Social Spot On Campus?

To the current LSE student, the Library symbolises the most frustrating stairs known to mankind, free lollipops and resident rodents. The Library hasn’t always been like this however. This week, The Beaver takes a deeper look into the history of…

LSE Festival’s art(sy) moment

This year the LSE Festival will run from the 25th of February to the 2nd of March. The theme, New World (Dis)orders, is meant to tackle the questions “how did we get here, what are the challenges, and most importantly…

Chinese New Year at LSE

This year Chinese New Year fell on the 5th of February, with various events surrounding the celebration occurring both at LSE and in the London area. The China Development Society (CDS) put up a stall outside the SU in conjunction…