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  • Sun 03 May 2015 21:57

    Closure info for Monday 4th May 2015 and Monday 25th May 2015 is as follows.

    Undergraduate Students

    Study areas and computer facilities will be available at the following locations and at the following times on production of LSE ID Card:

    Old Building: Shaw Library, 4th Floor Restaurant, Teaching Rooms and OLD B.25 – 08:00 to 21:00

    NAB: open spaces – 08:00 – 21:00

    32LIF: open spaces and teaching and seminar rooms – 08:00 – 21:00

    Saw Building : 08:00 – 21:00

    Postgraduate students

    Postgraduate students will be able to gain entry to School Buildings between 08:00 – 21:00 on production/use of the LSE ID Card.

    Emergencies will be dealt with by a team of Security staff on duty at the Old Building reception desk in Houghton Street. They can also be contacted – in an emergency - by telephone on 020-7955-6555.

    Opening hours of the Library are:

    MONDAY 4/5/15: 24 HOUR OPENING, but no staffed services

    MONDAY 25/5/15: 24 HOUR OPENING, but no staffed services

    Halls of Residences

    … Are open throughout the Bank Holiday with staff cover as normal.

    Enjoy the holidays!

  • Sun 03 May 2015 21:21

    On Friday 1st May we celebrated the incredible dedication and talent of LSE students in the STARS and SU Awards 2015. We’re so honoured to know and work with these individuals and hugely proud of what they have achieved. There are many more besides the names listed here whose passion and dedication has made a difference to their peers, to LSESU and to the world at large.To all the winners, all the nominees and everyone who has contributed this year - congratulations, well done and most of all, THANK YOU.

  • Sun 03 May 2015 20:41

    At a place like LSE, no two students are the same. And living in the heart of London means no two days are the same. That’s amazing, but it means we might never know what other students’ lives are really like. 


    That’s exactly why LSESU’s Instagram is being taken over by LSE students! We want to see what life is like through different eyes. If you can show our followers what it’s like to be you, where you go and what you get up to, you can be featured in the takeover! 


    Even if your day seems dull, there are people to whom it’ll seem as different as living on another continent. so you might be able to wow everyone with what you post. At the end of the year, there will be a prize for the best week’s images.


    To apply, just tweet @lsesu​ and we’ll be in touch with details. Looking forward to seeing through your eyes!