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Why you should live in halls

It’s a choice that every prospective student that lives in London has to make: whether to move into uni halls at LSE or stick with the familiar comforts of home, sweet home. Make no mistake – moving into uni halls can be a daunting, not to mention expensive, prospect, especially for students that live in London where their current […]

December 5th, 2017|Student life|0 Comments|
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    Five things you need to know about the degree level ‘jump’

Five things you need to know about the degree level ‘jump’

It’s a normal feeling to feel overwhelmed in your first year. As a first year BA History student, I share the general feeling amongst peers that moving to an undergraduate level is exciting and intellectually liberating but also mixed with a sense of anxiety that you’re misplaced as a learner. Speaking from my perspective, I’m in a position where […]

November 21st, 2017|Student life|0 Comments|

Five things that make Autumn special for a student

1. The weather
It’s cold and you barely make it past the front door without shivering and holding your clothes tight. It’ll only get colder however: Winter is coming.

2. Leaves falling
There’s no better way of knowing Autumn’s arrived than trodden leaves strewn across the pavement. At first blotches on the grey pavement, they soon grow into tapestries exploding with orange, […]

October 20th, 2017|Student life|0 Comments|

Thinking Now: Mindfulness at LSE

Breathe in. Breathe out.

In the storm of Monday afternoon bustle, a calm eyrie roosts itself in the prayer room of the SU building. Located on the second floor, if you had walked in on the crown of students heads bowed and hands clasped together in silent contemplation, you would have fairly mistaken the group as a mystical congregation dropped […]

October 16th, 2017|Student life|0 Comments|

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