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  • Fri 24 Oct 2014 21:37

    LSESU recruits student staff to help throughout the year, especially at our busiest times.


    Why should that be you? Because you’re ace. Why should you bother? Well, because it’s ace. 

    But don’t take our word for it. Take student blogger Susannah’s. Here are her 5 reasons she enjoys working for LSESU:

    • Flexible hours, including working from home
    • Broadcasting your voice across campus
    • Being creative and making an impact on content creation
    • Expanding your CV in loads of different ways
    • Becoming an insider on student life

    We’re currently recruiting for Communications Assistants and Active LifeStylE helpers.

    All the job descriptions and person specifications for the open positions can be found on the Work For Us section of

    Go look at it now. No, really, do it.


  • Thu 23 Oct 2014 19:18
    It’s nothing to be worried about. 


    At LSESU, ‘husting’ as a verb refers to the action of candidates running for election speaking or answering questions in public to win the allegiance of voters.

    As a noun, a ‘husting’ is the event at which candidates do this. 

    The origin of the term comes from the Old English hasting or Old Norse húsþing, literally the “house thing”, meaning the assembly of the household of personal followers or retainers of a king, earl or chief, contrasted with the “folkmoot,” the assembly of the whole people.

    "Husting", or more usually the plural "hustings", developed to mean a court of the city of London. This court was formerly the county court for the city and was held before the Lord Mayor, the sheriffs and aldermen, for the purpose of hearing pleas of land, common pleas and appeals from the sheriffs. It had probate jurisdiction and the ability to register wills. 

    Source: Wikipedia

    We’re having some hustings next week, would you believe! Everyone’s welcome to any of the 3 sessions:

    1. 10-11am, Monday 27th October, The Venue
    2. 5-6pm, Monday 27th October, Denning Learning Café (first floor of Saw Swee Hock Student Centre)
    3. 10-11am, Tuesday 28th October, The LSESU Venue

  • Thu 23 Oct 2014 12:31

    Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is celebrated by millions of people worldwide. Around the world, people celebrate the well-known Hindu Festival with traditional costumes, flowers and beautiful lights. This amazing festival celebrates the victory of good over evil and light over darkness.

    We’ve found some pictures that proof Diwali is one of the most beautiful and colourful festivals in the world. Check it out:


    imageAjay Verma / Reuters


    imageJitendra Prakash / Reuters


    imageMukesh Gupta / Reuters


    imageRanu Abhelakh / Reuters


    imageBBC News


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    imageNarinder Nanu / AFP


    imageAsif Hassan / AFP


    imageBiswaranjan Rout / AP

    If you’re looking for something to do in London, don’t miss one of the largest Diwali celebrations in the country hosted by BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Neasden. The event is open to all and the celebrations include a fireworks display and delicious food. You can find more information on their website

    LSESU India Society is also organising the annual Diwali Party that guarantees an incredible festive atmosphere mixed with an amazing club night. You can buy tickets and find more information about the event here.

    Make sure you come along to celebrate the Festival of Lights with us.