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Is LSE Ready for a No Deal?

An update on LSE and Brexit As it currently stands, the UK is due to begin the process of leaving the European Union on 29 March 2019. In the run up to this date and beyond, all staff across the…

Arrest Made in LSE Library

The arrest: what we know so far Last Monday evening, 14th January, a man of unknown age was arrested in LSE Library for unknown reasons. Reportedly, policemen arrived at the Library at approximately 7pm and were searching for the man…

LSE begins pivotal year

By Isabella Pojuner & Adam Solomons The completion of the £125 million campus reconstruction project, an already lively Gen Sec election campaign and students’ first opportunity to judge Minouche’s record as LSE Director will dominate what is likely to be…

LSE should welcome the voices of Trump and Brexit supporters

In 2016, millions of Americans voted against their own economic interests. They did so by electing a man who vowed to dismantle the government-supported health care many of them rely on; who opposed increasing the minimum wage paid to many…

LSE Email Accounts Hit by Mass Phishing Attack

LSE students and staff have been the target of a mass cyber attack with multiple cases of fake “phishing” emails being sent out to LSE-affiliated email accounts being reported. Mass emails are being sent with subjects related to students’ previous…

LSE graduates earn more than all other university graduates by age 29

The LSE is the top institution for average earnings for graduates by age 29, according to raw earnings data compiled from tax records by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and the Department for Education. It is also the only…

She Was Brutally Attacked on a Busy Central London Street. Police and Pedestrians Did Nothing.

Most Brits do not live their day to day lives in constant fear of random, unprovoked physical attacks on crowded city streets. They go about their days knowing that Britain is a country for them: 82% white, disproportionately affluent compared…

LSE Puts Consent on the Backburner

LSE has ended face-to-face consent training for all students after it refused a Student Union request to fund the scheme. During the 17/18 academic year, any student could attend consent training workshops. Now LSE has stripped its consent education down…

Loneliness Survey Reveals Systemic Problem at LSE

87.3% of students feel some degree of loneliness at LSE, The Beaver’s investigation into the issue can reveal. This is derived from a survey posted on The Beaver’s Facebook and Twitter in late October. The survey, answered by 110 respondents,…

Wolfson Foundation Grants LSE £1 million for Redevelopment

The Wolfson Foundation, a charity awarding grants to promote excellence in various academic fields, has awarded LSE £1 million towards its Centre Buildings Redevelopment, part of LSE’s ongoing campus renovation. LSE’s Centre Buildings development will result in a new 15-storey…

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