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Week 11 Blues: Diagnostic Criteria

The length of the day coincides with the strength of your will to go on. You have deadlines looming but can’t be arsed to do anything about them. You’re not even looking at the reading lists anymore. You’ve resigned to…

LSE: The World’s Finest Online University

LSE’s online streaming platform has quickly become the preferred way to study at the university. Although the Echo360 system has a long way to go to rival the slick streaming quality and customer interface of Amazon Prime, the system has…

Reading Week for the Many, Not the Few

Reading week is a blessing of a concept. An entire week with no classes or lectures that you are free to devote to doing whatever you like. Go back to wherever you called home before London, hell, leave the country…

Women’s Education is a SCAM

As of late, I’ve broken away from the typical student life of eating takeaway and watching Netflix. This isn’t to say I’ve been more productive with my use of time; instead, I’ve been reading romance novels set in the late…

An Animal Walks Amongst Us

You know him. He’s tall, with dark features and a healthy vitality. His existence lies on a plane beyond the rest of us. His energy is seemingly unwavering. There’s an air of mystery about him; he so rarely speaks. He’s…

LSE Tops Staff Satisfaction Tables

LSE has come top in the league table for staff satisfaction, in part due to new measures introduced by new director Minouche Shafik. The new measures – which include limiting staff contact hours with students to seven minutes a week…