A History of LSE Events

Muhammed Ali speaking in the Old Theatre in 1971 To the public, the LSE is known best for being a hotbed of socialism, a springboard for investment bankers and accountants, and holding public lectures. Whether or not these perceptions have any…

LSE in Top 10 for hosting most ‘extreme’ speakers report finds

LSE ranks in joint 6th with Manchester Metropolitan and Aston University with 5 events in a  report conducted by The Henry Jackson Society comparing the number of ‘extreme’ speakers that UK universities hosted. SOAS leads with 43 events in the…

LSE’s answer to fake news: A new agency

In line with the the LSE Commission on Truth Trust and Technology report published on 19 November, recommendations have been made to establish a new agency to monitor and tackle the problem of fake news. The suggested “Independent Platform Agency”…

LSE hosts Clean Brexit talk

As part of a series of talks on Brexit, the LSE hosted a talk positing how Britain can have a more prosperous future outside of the EU. The panel consisted of Gerard Lyons, chief economic advisor to Boris Johnson during…