Roni’s declassified Black History Month survival guide

Courtesy: Lick Events via Instagram Black History month is coming to an end but it’s never a bad time to celebrate Black people, history, and culture. Here’s how you can do that responsibly. Reparations! Black people have been calling for…

No more excuses – how to enjoy London on the cheap

Theatre The National Theatre’s Entry Pass grants concession tickets for less than £10 for people under 26. The free Young Barbican membership can also get you theatre tickets for just £5, £10 or £15. between £5 to £15 The app…

An (Actually) Broke Student’s Guide to Surviving LSE

My first year at LSE was a rollercoaster. There were the highs: party invitations, academic seminars, fancy career networking events, a successful election, and coursework going well; things I was signing up to when I accepted my place at the…

All work and no play makes Sam a dull student

Welcome freshers and commiserations again for not getting into Oxbridge (it’s okay – clearly none of us did).  What did you all think of over summer when you considered your new university? Studying at one of the finest colleges in…

The AUful truth – A guide for women in LSE’s Athletics Union

file image: 18/19 Women’s Rugby Members Coming to university is daunting, that is a given. Working out how to get to that awkward lecture on the top floor of the Pankhurst building is overwhelming enough – especially when everyone still…

First-year survival guide

Around a year ago, I was anxiously searching the internet for positive affirmations and reassurances about university. I was moving to a completely new city, all by myself, and wasn’t really sure what to expect. The number of resources out…

Ten tips I wish I’d had when I started LSE

Hello, and welcome everyone – whether you’re a returning student or someone coming to LSE for the first time. The Modern Languages Society is delighted to present our new blog! Each week (or fortnight) we’re going to publish a short…

Dix conseils que j’aurais aimé avoir quand je suis arrivé à LSE

Salut et bienvenue à tous – soit les étudiants qui retournent, soit ceux qui viennent à LSE pour la première fois. La société des langues modernes est ravie de vous présenter notre nouveau blog! Chaque semaine (ou quinzaine) nous allons…

Mental Health and… Sleep

Everyone’s mental health is different. No two people experience their environment in the same way, and so the pressures and difficulties we face at LSE are as diverse as the student body itself. This blog is an exploration of how…

5 Romantic Date Spots

Bar hopping in Shoreditch, clubbing in Camden, chirpsing at a restaurant in Chelsea… what do these all have in common? You can’t afford them of course! Don’t worry, just because you’re broke doesn’t mean you have to completely forgo having…