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I hope you are enjoying the last week of term and are looking forward to some relaxation time in the next month.
On my side, I am wrapping some things up for this year and have been busy prioritising a list of issues that I will address in 2014.
LSE Student Centre opening in the beginning of Lent Term
The new LSE Student Centre (known as the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre) will be open for use in the beginning of Lent Term.
The new Student Centre will not have a dedicated space for any specific group of students, as it aims to be a hub for all LSE students to mix. Nevertheless, I will be conducting a tour of the Student Centre for PhD students to show all the facilities that we can use. Please look out for dates to sign up for a tour.
Dedicated Postgraduate & Research Space in 32 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
In case you are not aware, there is a large room in the 32 Lincoln’s Inn Fields building that can be used by both Master’s and PhD students. It is located in the lower ground floor (LG.05). It is a little tricky getting there so I would suggest speaking to security to get directions. You will need your student card to access the room.
At the moment, the room has both social spaces, a kitchen, and a workspace. The place itself is pretty bare on decoration. LSE Estates has a £1,000 budget to spend on livening the place up. Suggested decorative items include plants, posters and bean bags. Please visit the space and see if you have any suggestions of what you would like to have in there and email me.
I will be posting the second half of my update soon.
Maria D. Carvalho
Research Students’ Officer
There’s lots of great merch and memorabilia you can buy at LSESU shop to celebrate your graduation: take a look at some snaps over on Facebook and get buying on campus!
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