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  • Mon 29 Sep 2014 16:31

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    Ladies and gentlemen - Freshers of all ages - may we proudly announce…

    The LSE Freshers’ Bowling Night!

    On Tuesday 30th September we’re hosting an awesome night of ten-pin bowling at Holborn’s Bloomsbury Lanes. We’ll start with a meal at Nando’s at 7.30pm, then go on to the bowling lane for 9pm. We’ll continue till midnight. 

    We’ve reserved an awesome private suite at Bloomsbury Lanes - which includes karaoke, pool, virtual cricket, ping pong, arcade games, a dancefloor and a bar for those who have ID (remember to bring it, you will be checked!). 

    This is the perfect event for under-18 freshers or anyone who missed out on getting a RAG band.

    Places are strictly limited so you’ll need to reserve a space for the meal, the bowling or both if you want to come.

    Go to the website for details and tickets now!

    Let’s bowl.

  • Mon 29 Sep 2014 12:29


    Starting university can be scary at first but music is always on your side to make things better! The LSESU team have put together our all-time favorite songs, to create the perfect soundtrack to your Orientation Week.

    Just press play and leave it on the background, without worrying something really embarrassing will come on and scare your new friends away! 

    This freshers’ playlist has a variety of tracks you can listen to everywhere you go. Here are some of our suggestions…

    YOUR ROOM

    - Moving stuff in

    - Getting ready for a night out

    - Thinking about how fierce you are 

    - Dancing like no one’s watching

    YOUR FLATMATE’S ROOM

    - Pre-drinking

    IN TRANSIT

    - Jauntily walking to the Freshers’ Fair

    THE GARRICK

    - Having a sandwich

    THE LIBRARY

    - Doing some lighthearted work

    Tell us what’s your favorite place to listen to the Orientation Week soundtrack. We would love to hear from you!

    This is your jam! This is our jam! Enjoy.

  • Sun 28 Sep 2014 15:30

    If you’re new at LSE, the Freshers’ Fair is unmissable. It’s your chance to sign up for extra-curricular activities, meet new people, and bag some great freebies. Seriously, don’t miss out!

    If you’re wondering what it’s really like, what it actually is and how to get the most out of it, read on! We have everything you need to know, brought to you by LSE student blogger Susannah (@ohsusannah13).

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    Being a new postgrad student at LSE last year, I could not wait to become involved in clubs and societies. It was the best part of my undergrad experience and I was astonished by the array of options we had available to us students here. And for that reason, I absolutely had to attend Freshers’ Fair!

    But first, let’s review the basics. Freshers’ Fair is your opportunity to sample every facet of the university including societies, sports clubs, academic departments, LSE services, and external organisations. You can chat with reps at the various stalls, sign up to receive further info, or dive right in and join as a member. The event is over the course of two days, so you have plenty of time to take it all in.

    • When: October 2nd from 10am to 5pm and October 3rd from 10am to 3pm.
    • Where: Saw Swee Hock Student Centre (stalls from LSESU and societies), Houghton Street (stalls from the School), and outside Saw Swee Hock Student Centre (stalls from the Athletics Union). Keep this map downloaded on your phone to avoid getting lost.
    • Why: It’s your chance to get involved in student life and make the most of your time at LSE, obviously!


    My top tip for success: If you find a few minutes in the coming days, I highly recommend considering in advance which societies and clubs you’d like to be involved in. Walking into Freshers’ Fair with hundreds of stalls scattered all over campus can be a bit overwhelming if you don’t know what you’re looking for.

    Check the full list of societies and clubs, plus their locations at the Fair. (You can also find lists of societies and clubs on the LSESU website.) Make a list of the stalls you absolutely must visit - it will be so useful when you’re there.

    Other ways to win:

    • Bring a tote bag (or two!) for all the freebies.
    • Take this chance to make some new friends.
    • Find a way to give back through the LSE Volunteer Centre and/or a service-oriented society.
    • Get a photo with Nicolas Cage.
    • Consider getting political — 2015 is a General Election year here in the UK, and there are loads of political societies to join.
    • Meet your Sabbatical Officers on the ground floor of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.

     

    Is there an activity you cannot live without? Is there something you’ve always wanted to try but never had the opportunity to? Now is your chance!


    Enjoy Orientation Week and see you on the 2nd and 3rd!


    See also:
    Non-Alcoholic Freshers’ Nights
    Your Orientation Week Calendar
    Pick of the Week
    Meet your Sabbatical Officers