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My experience at the Hugh Jackman concert

It was 9:00 AM on a Friday morning.

I had set the alarm in advance for this time, not so that I can get to class on time but because I wanted to be ready when the tickets for Hugh Jackman’s concert go on sale. I’m quite musical and to be given the chance to go to such an event […]

Experience different regional Indian cuisine in London

Indian food has had huge prominence in the UK for about 200 years now. From celebrating Samosa Week to allocating chicken tikka masala as the national food, England has been clear about its unabashed love for Indian food. Being a student in London, you can visit famous Indian restaurants, and experience the different cuisines from different parts of India. 

Dishoom

A […]

Best places for a sunny study break

Despite the recurring rains and black clouds, sunny days are almost upon us. After long, dark months, we can finally move out of our artificially lit study areas and step out into London’s amazing parks and gardens and fall asleep underneath the blue skies after long reading sessions under the bright sun. I love to look for new reading […]

How to handle the ‘LSE Exam Season’ Stress

Seeing as it was Mental Health Awareness week (from 13-19 May 2019), it ironically coincided with LSE Exam Season, I thought it would be useful to list out certain things that have worked for me and that you can try, to handle exam stress efficiently. Note: different people handle stress differently. I encourage you to use my post as […]

Five Nearby Escapes

Tired of running around campus searching for some peace and quiet? Is the stress getting to your head? Need a short break from lecture recordings and endless readings? I sure do. Here are five nearby places I like to venture to.

 

Temple Gardens

A friend of mine actually showed me this place and I was blown away. When you go, I […]

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    10 things about LSE’s MSc. In City Design and Social Science

10 things about LSE’s MSc. In City Design and Social Science

If you are currently an offer holder or are thinking of applying to LSE’s MSc City Design and Social Science, or maybe you are just curious, this post will provide some fun and important facts about this unique program in LSE. 

1. Predominantly group work

The program has a major module that runs during two terms thus there is a lot […]

May 28th, 2019|Featured, LSE|0 Comments|

The perfect walking tour for a sunny day in London

Are you a student at LSE? Or maybe you’re just visiting London for a short break? Either way, this article is for you.

With summer (and exams) right around the corner, here’s the perfect walking tour to take when you’re ready for a break from the library or just want to get some fresh air. The best time to take […]

Staying active and healthy at university

It’s 11pm and you’ve just started writing up your essay due in tomorrow. You whip out your packet of chocolate digestives you picked up from Waitrose earlier on your way back home and crack on with your essay. Three hours later you’re typing up your last sentence; you’re done with your essay but you’re also done with half your […]

Top things that LSE’s MiM Class would NOT change

We’re almost there! Two-thirds of our course is done and we just have a short leg of the race left to run. That being the case, I figured now would be the perfect time to interview a few of my classmates, from MiM Class of 2019, to get an idea about what they like about the course and what […]

April 16th, 2019|Featured, LSE|0 Comments|

My Photo Walk of London

While I usually spend most of my free time or ‘gaps’ in the library catching up on readings and assessments, I also try to spend some time off-campus. I too often find myself being drawn to the library, not necessarily because of the workload but because I don’t really think to spend my free time doing anything else. A […]

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