Shoreditch has been considered by some to be the life of the city. Known as the historic entertainment quarter since the 16th century, not much as changed in that regard. In and around the area, one can always find something unique, interesting and fun to do here at literally all hours of the day. So, grab your camera to […]
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 […]
Been to Covent Garden, lately? Well, get ready to plan a trip soon because you’re not going to want to miss their new event – Covent Garden in Bloom, celebrating spring. This includes elaborate floral displays being put up in front of stores, window displays as well as at many spots all around Covent Garden, like The Piazza and […]
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 […]
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 […]
A good, happy and safe place, at a comfortable price, is essential to your student experience. As a new student moving to London, finding accommodation can be a very daunting task, and it is made even more complicated by all the new terms and concepts required to understand in order to judge your options.
So if you’re beginning to look […]
Saturday 2nd March 2019
The day started quite early for me; at 5:30 AM, to be exact. The Graduate Management Society (GMS) organised a group trip to The Forum, which is one of Oxford Saïd Business School’s flagship events. We were scheduled to leave from LSE’s New Academic Building at 7 AM sharp. I hurriedly brushed my teeth, got ready […]
Like most second (and third) year students, I commute to university every day of the school week. However, my commute is not so ‘typical’: I don’t take buses, the Underground, or Overground. I take the train. From Brighton. Every day.
When I first mention that I commute to someone, the conversation is always the same:
Q1: “Wow, how long does that […]
I began writing my December year-in-review post, but it felt wrong and early. I had included an event in one of the highlights of my year, but it really warrants its own post.
So, here goes. Cumberland Lodge 2016: Psychology edition.
Before I dive in, I would like to preface this post with an…explanation. I’m just coming off of writing […]
It is surprising how many people ask me this question- I mean, isn’t this what Google is for? However, we live a world where we get swamped with too much news and too many things to digest. So here are a couple of tips and tricks I personally found useful.
Read the firm’s quarterly/annual reports- or more specifically, the Chairman/Senior Partner/ […]