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What’s the best way of feeling better AND being more productive? Doing more exercise!
Next week we’re holding loads of drop-in sports sessions so you can see what suits you. Read on to find out what’s on offer!
Head to the Active LifeStylE Facebook page for locations and updates!
Monday 26th January
Tuesday 27th January
Wednesday 28th January
Thursday 29th January
Friday 30th January
Everyone’s welcome to turn up to the classes to find out more, no matter what your level of expertise. If you want clarification about anything though, write to j.ralph @lse.ac.uk or message Candace Gowler or Teddy Woodhouse.
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Tour London’s East End and meet other international students with StudentUniverse and The Abroad Guide!
Student Universe are holding a FREE event on Wednesday (28th January) - starting with a tour of the East End, and ending with an international student social. Click here to book a place!
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Week 2 of Lent Term 2015. LSESU’s intrepid Student Communications Assistants decorated cupcakes, simulated a South China Sea crisis, drank cider, and sampled Persian sweets - all in the name of “giving it a go”.
So what actually happened, and what were the sessions like?
This brand-new society aims to educate and interest LSE students in careers in the tech industry. Judging from the considerable turnout, it’s definitely something that students are keen to learn more about. Coming from a media/tech background, I may be biased, but they’ve got a really neat roster of events coming up this term, including a coding workshop, networking sessions, and a Retail, Media and Technology conference.
Re-draft the American constitution in 1 or 2 hours? Now, I’m no John Adams or John Boehner, but I do enjoy a good debate on the Bill of Rights. Coming from a strictly non-theory background, some of the more philosophical arguments definitely flew over my head.
Cider Appreciation Society
Cider sampling and fundraising for charity? Sign me up! This year, the Cider Appreciation Society teamed up with RAG to raise money for [charity here?]. We were treated to a fine array of Woodchuck cider: the Amber, Granny Smith, and 802 Dark and Dry. I’m still a (craft) beer girl at heart, but this little foray into cider is intriguing and opens up possibilities for further tasting adventures.
Long hours in the library can give me quite the sweet tooth. A good solution? Hanging out with the Baking Society! This week, the society spent an afternoon learning the fine art of cupcake piping. The session left me admiring the skill of my fellow participants, a number of whom I’m convinced are destined for reality TV stardom on The Great British Bake Off. Even if your own abilities wouldn’t pass Mary and Paul’s test, the society gives you a chance for delicious stress-relief.
United Nations Society
Let’s be real, Model UN is totally Dungeons and Dragons for the political set. Get together for a couple of hours, role-play a different country, solve international crises, and indulge your megalomaniac tendencies. That’s all you need for a fabulous afternoon, really. For all you aspiring international high-flyers, the UN Society also hosts regular career, networking, and speaker sessions.
The Turkish Society won me over in the first moments of this week’s session when I saw the marvellous array of national delicacies waiting to be sampled. And if the promise of delectable treats isn’t enough to satisfy your cultural curiosity, don’t fret. The Turkish Society has an variety of upcoming events, ranging from movie nights for the film buffs to a joint event with the United Nations Society for the international relations crowd.
Learning how to make toot, a Persian marzipan candy, made for an enjoyable end to the week. The confectionary delight is often served at weddings and other celebratory events. The Persian Society is gearing up for a term chock-full of cultural events. Highlights include film and card game nights and an event marking Nowruz, the Persian New Year.
Thanks to everyone who took part in Lent Term’s Give It A Go. Hope you had as much fun as we did!
LSESU will be running another GIAG soon. If you can to join anything in the meantime, check out all the clubs and societies we have on offer on lsesu.com/activities/societies.
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