Treat Yo’ Loved Ones (And Yo’ Self)

Treat Yo’ Loved Ones (And Yo’ Self): A Guide to Buying Gifts During the Holiday Season as a Study Abroad Student Ladies and gents, the holiday season is finally upon us! Christmas markets around London are brightening up the streets…

3. Game Theory: On The Hook

Written by anon My dating experiences have on a whole been relatively normal, mostly consisting in either a few dates with a person and then deciding you’re not right for each other, or essentially getting fucked and chucked – something sadly…

My Non-Binary Diary: Perfume Genius

Written by anon Only a few days earlier I had finally mustered the courage to wear a dress in public again. The glitter-bearded 80s-grandma look I had first settled on singled me out as not quite girly-femme. Instead, the perverse ecstasy…

2. Game Theory: The Long-Distance Relationship™

Written by anon When I first came to London, I had just begun what would turn out to be a lengthy relationship. Unfortunately, whilst I was starting university in London, my girlfriend was starting her studies hundreds of miles away. So…

Me vs. London vs. World

It’s been about five weeks since I touched down in London Town—as Kanye and Estelle would say—and getting settled in has gone by relatively smoothly. I know exactly how much time it takes me to walk from Bankside to the…

Education First: the start to your global career?

Graduate destinations are endless for LSE alumni. You might have some ideas on where you want your career to take you. Knowing where to start is a bit trickier. Education First (EF) is one option you could consider. With a…

1. Game Theory: The Case of the Mystery Pad

Written by anon I was a late bloomer. By the time I got to my third year of undergrad, I was living abroad for the first time, studying in France. I still had not had sex. I had gone out with…

Falling Flat: My Forage into London Housing

Remarkably, I have made it to second year, and begin the new academic year with unbridled enthusiasm for my studies and a burning desire to truly know the causes of things. Even more remarkably, the Beaver have invited me to…

An American Fish in British Waters

As an American General Course student, I would say that the beginning of my study abroad experience at LSE can only be described as what it must feel like to wake up in a different dimension or wake up from…

How to Survive Being a Fresher

Freshers is a daunting thought for some. Will I make any friends? Will my new friends be anywhere near as cool as my home mates who can flatten Fosters cans on their head? Is it true that at LSE we…