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  • 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:


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    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. 


  • Wed 22 Oct 2014 17:45

    Participating in rugby comes in a variety of forms.



    1. Play: Join a local club. Drop by the ARC for a list of recommended London teams.

    2. Coach: Take a course and spread the love. Coaching comes with a multitude of benefits: earn money, develop communication and leadership skills, inspire young players, and even improve your own technical game.

    3. Manage: Ever consider a career in rugby? There are a whole host of roles—both voluntary and professional—available in sport management. Take the time to combine the skills and knowledge you’ve picked up at LSE with your passion for your sport.

    4. Activate: Try a new activity through LSESU Active LifeStylE. Get in touch with James ( for more information on recreational opportunities such as the new 5-a-side Football league.

    5. Officiate: Ever consider what it’s like to be in charge of a match? Becoming a referee opens up a whole new view of any sport.

    6. Give: Many professional clubs run extensive charitable programmes dedicated to using rugby to promoting social advancement. Spread the benefits of the game you love with the Saracens Sport Foundation, get on board with Rugby for Heroes, or volunteer for one of the RFU’s charities. The chances to give back are endless.

    7. Exercise: Stay fit with the RFU’s O2 Touch Initiative. Chat with James ( about creating a mixed team to play in an O2 Touch league or come along to our O2 Touch Taster session on Wednesday 12th November.

    8. Represent: Become a Young Rugby Ambassador. If you’re age 20 or under, you can apply to be a part of the RFU’s programme dedicated to developing role models.

    9. Think: There’s a lot more to rugby—or any sport—than the physical side. Explore the intellectual side of the game through such dimensions as sport psychology workshops, social policy movements, or sport journalism. Email Erin ( for more information on these opportunities.

    10. Work: In case you haven’t heard, there’s a World Cup coming up soon. The window for volunteer applications has now closed, but the RFU is recruiting for a variety of tournament jobs across 2014 and 2015. Register your interest and be a part of the legacy.

    And options don’t stop there. Email Erin ( or come into the ARC to have a chat about more opportunities!

  • Wed 22 Oct 2014 15:33

    So, on Friday we’re having a party. It’s an all-dayer to celebrate the Official Opening of our Student Union building, the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre. And YOU’RE INVITED.

    Oh and by the way, it’s completely FREE. For everyone. ALL DAY.

    So one reason to come is, obviously, to swipe everything in sight. But we’re talking MORE than just free pens here.

    Let’s count down some of the special stuff we’ve got going on.


    We’ve got enough cheese and crackers for eight, do you think that’s enough?

    For the lolz:
    Tim Key
    Ed Gamble
    Jonny Lennard
    Pierre Novellie
    Lucy Beaumont
    Phil Wang

    For the musical:
    Surprise live music at 12 noon
    Musical comedy
    LSE Chill

    For the feminists:
    Women in Ten Years - discussion panel

    For the intellectuals:
    Dialogue with Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury (reserve a space)
    Q&A with Ken Livingstone
    University Challenge featuring LSE students, staff and Sabbs
    Screening of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

    For the sporty:
    Rollapalooza cycling competition
    Kayaking challenge
    Q&A with Mark Malik and Lord Holmes, Director of Integration for London Paralympics 2012
    Weightlifting demo from Zoe Smith

    For the hungry:
    Free cream tea (6th floor, 12 and 2pm)
    Free tacos (outside SAW, 12-3pm)

    For the ravers:
    SUPER SAUCY - featuring Pendulum!

    There’s loads more going on too, including a student photography exhibition, micro-volunteering and some very special stewards… Check the What’s On page for more info. 

    See you Friday.


    RSVP on Facebook:

    Super Saucy advance tickets:

    Tweet us your pictures (@lsesu) with the tag #LSESSH! 

    p.s. It’s free.