The LSESU LGBT Alliance has launched its new website at www.lsesulgbt.org.uk
The anticipation had been building for weeks. A new tradition at LSE. One that would test the strength, mobility and hand-eye coordination of all those who dared to enter the challenge...
The LSE Badminton Club is hosting a badminton tournament! Click here for more info.
Everything you need to know to set up your squash account and start playing!
When the LSE campus is packed with studying students, and there's not a free carrel in sight, where to turn when you need to put in some serious study time? Wanda explores the benefits of gaining access to the British Library Reading Rooms in her quest
for an inspiring study space.
An update on the road races the team will be attending in 13! All of these are on weekends so are perfect for any runners who can't make the Wednesday LCL cross-country races or for those who want to run a longer distance!
Welcome to the LSE BC! One of the LSE's most successful clubs- we welcome everyone, whether a beginner, social player or international hotshot... come to our Freshers Fayre stand on 1st & 2nd October to sign up and for more details...
Today we were contacted by the LSE Students Union to "discuss some of the issues around recent postings on facebook etc."
Social playing sessions on Mondays 4-5.30pm and Fridays 4-5.30. Please click on this link for more information.
As a member of the club, you can book the LSE Badminton court whenever it is free or in the special badminton slots from 12-6 on Wednesday afternoons. Please click on this link for instructions.
On Tuesday October 23rd, following a vote from its members in the Annual General Meeting, the committee of the LSESU Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society has submitted a request for a name change to the LSESU Activities Committee.
On Friday October 26th, the LSE Students Union denied the request of the LSESU Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society to change their name to the LSESU Atheist, Secularist, Humanist and Ex-Muslim Society. The SU justified their answer in the following way: "We decided not to grant the name change because given the email that you sent us as why you would like to change the name, we feel that by adding ‘ex-Muslim’ to the society name it will no longer become a safe space for ex-Muslims; in the s