SU Provides Suicide Awareness Training

This week SU staff and LSE Residential Life have been holding 3 hour-long suicide awareness and prevention training sessions open to all students. The sessions are delivered by a residential life officer and 5 SU staff members trained by Public…

An Interview with the “Gen Sec Living”: Zulum Elumogo

Zulum Elumogo is the General Secretary of the LSE Students’ Union 2018-19. He graduated last year having studied Social Policy and Government. He is also an incredibly talented dancer and choreographer, showcasing his work for the annual LSESU African-Caribbean talent…

LSE does #March4Women

In an effort to raise awareness on campus about consent and sexual harassment, LSE and the Student’s Union have collaborated together and have launched the Consent Campaign this year. Our 5 Consent Champions, in collaboration with other important actors such…

SSLC Representatives Discuss Tuition Fees and Diversification

The first Staff-Student Liaison Committee (SSLC) Congress of 2018 took place on 22 January at The Venue. The event was led by SU education officer Esohe Uwadiae. After some welcoming remarks, Esohe Uwadiae opened the floor to a debate on…

LSE Societies Refuse To Organise For Women’s March

On the 21st of January, the anniversary of Trump’s first day as US President, thousands convened on Richmond Terrace near Downing Street in London to protest “gender-based violence, sexual harassment and abuse”. In attendance at were speakers such as Helen…

On Why Aung San Suu Kyi Is No Longer Worthy of Our Celebration

I’m not going to discuss the facts of the atrocities that have taken place in Myanmar or the political context in which they have occurred. If you attended today’s (Thu 9th Nov) UGM or have seen the news you’ll be…

MT Elections: “Most Exciting in LSESU History”

The results for the Michaelmas Term elections were announced by the LSE Student Union (LSESU) as reading week began. After receiving almost 8600 votes for 11 different positions, the LSESU celebrates the results as “one of the most exciting Michaelmas…

AU Carol Decision Defies Logic

The LSE Athletics Union (AU) announced last week that AU Carol – the union’s flagship pre-Christmas social usually held on the second-last Friday of term – has been moved to Friday 24th November this year, this decision has angered and…

“Indifference” Wins the LSESU MT Elections

A sparsely-attended hustings event on Wednesday October 18th kicked off the final stages of the LSE Student Union’s Michaelmas Term election cycle, which has seen 50 candidates come forward for 11 separate posts across the SU.  An estimated 20 individuals…