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Inside LSELove

There’s something special about LSELove that I think says a lot about the culture of LSE in general: it isn’t even run by an LSE student. Now I won’t name her for legal reasons but the girl who’s supposedly behind…

“Everyone loves you. Become a party politician and everyone will hate you”

A review of I’m Not Running Considering the current political climate of the past few weeks (or months? Years?), it seems strange to go to a theatre to indulge in political drama. However, David Hare’s new play I’m Not Running, provides entertainment…

Student Uproar Over Warwick Group Chat

Warwick has faced a national backlash from students after reneging on their disciplinary decision last June to ban two students of five from campus for 10 years. In June, two of the other male students were suspended for one year,…

LSE Students Take on Austerity and Patriarchy at the London Women’s March 2019

Among the thousands of people who throng the streets of central London, LSE students joined the fight for equality – against patriarchy, austerity, domestic violence and marginalisation on Saturday 19th January. Surrounded by inspirational messages of empowerment, this third annual…

Anti-Outsourcing Activists Met With Violence At Senate House

Student protestors were forcibly removed from Senate House Library this afternoon amid physical clashes with security. Around 12 University of London students, including multiple from the LSE, signed up to the postgraduate study event being hosted at the university building.…

Petra

Glistening blazing dust, rocks on rocks, yellow golden skies of sand paved down the way. Layers of red, indigo, light pinks and burgundy shaded beds of stones stood up in rays, Petra’s columns, sculpted through time and age, stood beyond…

Lacuna – Filling the Gap

lacuna | ləˈkjuːnə | noun (plural lacunae | ləˈkjuːniː | or lacunas) 1 an unfilled space; a gap Lacuna is a literary magazine based at the London School of Economics. The magazine has set out to create a distinct and…

A ‘Clare Market Review’ Review

I arrived late the journal’s launch event. Imagine my surprise when I noticed that getting into the room would prove a challenge: the room was packed. The launch of a rather obscure literary journal. Packed a room. At LSE. As…

John Mearsheimer Exclusive: Why Liberalism is Doomed

The title of this article has been amended to more accurately reflect the views expressed. John Mearsheimer is an American International relations scholar, most notable for his theory of offensive neorealism. He is currently promoting his new book ‘The Great…

The LSEAU Welcome Party Re-run

After the failure to launch the previous LSE Athletics Union welcome party, there were hopes that good-times, fun and wallets could be saved with this ‘re-run’. The first week of Lent term is a tough week for all LSE students.…

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