The Media Group comprises of 4 societies and is one of the Union’s most active groups. It consists of a weekly newspaper, a radio station, a TV station and a journal. The best bit is that it's all led by LSE students, and there are loads of ways to get involved.
The Beaver is the official newspaper of the LSE Students' Union and has a strong tradition of independence from the Union and hard nosed intelligent reporting. Around 3,500 copies are published and distributed every Tuesday and 21 issues of the paper are published each academic year.
The Clare Market Review was established in 1905 and is the oldest student-run journal in the UK. Re-launched in 2008 after a three-decade vacation, Clare looks to provide more of the same, in a marketplace where more of the same is something appetisingly different.
LooSE TV is the official television network of the Students’ Union, offering a wide variety of quality student-made programming. LooSE TV represents a network of filmmakers with vibrant ideas, and a network of friends working to realise those ideas.
Pulse are the sound of the LSE Students’ Union, broadcasting 24-hours a day to bring you the hottest music, student news and high powered debate (a.k.a. gossip). There is something for everyone at Pulse Radio - even if it’s just a wild social life!