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  • Sat 22 Nov 2014 17:01

    Introducing… LSE’s first student-run Graduation Ball Committee!

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    Love throwing parties? Know what makes a good night? We need you!
    This year, LSESU is hiring a student committee to make the Graduation Ball the best it has ever been. This is the year the Grad Ball gets EPIC. 
    To all our party animals: this is your invitation to step up, your chance to show the student body what an LSE party really means! It could be mindblowing - we need YOU to make it that way. 
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    How can you apply?
    Read the job description, fill in the application form and Equal Opportunities form, and send to su.jobs@lse.ac.uk before 5pm on 1st December. Or check out lsesu.com/workforus. If you have any questions contact Ian Kinnear.

    Can’t wait to meet you!
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  • Sat 22 Nov 2014 13:08

    LSE’s own week-long festival of pride begins on Monday!

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    Pride Week is a celebration of our lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) community. The LGBT+ community is a welcoming, vibrant, passionate group, with students hailing from all around the world and all levels of study.

    Whether you’re straight, gay, bi, trans or anything else, all are welcome to take part in next week’s festivities!

    What have we got for you?

    Monday 24th November
    Lunchtime, Houghton Street

    The LGBT+ Alliance stall will be over on Houghton Street to say hi and provide information for anyone who might like more. Drop by!

    Tuesday 25th November - Halls-Carpenter Archives
    3-4pm, LSE Library Teaching and Activity Room

    An incredible change to browse the LSE Library’s Halls-Carpenter Archives! Look through historical materials such as magazines and publications (such as Gay News and Sappho from the 1970s) as well as archives from groups like the Campaign for Homosexual Equality, Gay Liberation Front, Kenric and the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement. More info on What’s On!

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    Wednesday 26th November - LGBT+ and Faith: A Potential New Ally?
    5:30-7pm, LSE Faith Centre

    Join us for a panel discussion hosted by the LGBT+ Alliance, LSESU LGBT+ Officer and Student Christian Movement about the place of LGBT+ issues in religion.  

    Thursday 27th November - LGBT+ and FilmSoc Film Screening Special: ‘The Bubble’
    6:30pm, EAS.E304

    To celebrate LSE Pride Week, Film Soc have teamed up with LGBT+ alliance to bring you ‘The Bubble’. Have a watch!

    There will be a discussion of the themes explored after the film as well as snacks and drinks! Read more about the film on the Facebook page

    Friday 28th November - End of Pride Social
    6pm, Three Tuns - then on to Edge Bar in Soho

    Come along for a well-deserved Soho night out in Edge Bar to celebrate the end of Pride Week. Open to all LGBT+ members, LSE students and all other allies!

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    Sooooo next week is going to be a blast! Don’t take our word for it - check out the photos from last year!

    For more information, contact LSESU LGBT+ Officer Alex Leung.

  • Fri 21 Nov 2014 12:30

    What would you change if you could go back and re-imagine your education?

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    Your Education Officer, Tom Maksymiw, invites you to make that a reality…

    What were your expectations of an LSE education? Why did you choose to study at LSE? Has LSE met your expectations? What can the School do to make an LSE education something you’re proud to experience?

    All LSE students have got answers to these questions and we’ve all probably had a moan about some element of education at LSE. As your Education Officer, I’m keen to make sure that students have a genuine voice in conversations about the future of LSE. That’s why on Tuesday 25th November I will be hosting Re-Imagining Our Education, to start that conversation between the School and students. This will take place in the Denning Learning Cafe, first floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.

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    This event gives you the chance to discuss your views on LSE education over some food and drink with award-winning teaching staff and your fellow students. LSE Pro-director, Paul Kelly, and Dr Neil McLean from the Teaching and Learning Centre will also be taking part.

    This is a chance to make your voice heard on your education to people that make the big decisions about teaching and learning at LSE.

    Reserve a free ticket now!

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    Results from last term’s discussion on an LSE education.

    Check out the video from last year too: