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LGBT+ HISTORY MONTH: LECTURE SERIES
1st-28th February
All Around Campus
Come and listen to influential members of the LGBT+ community.
Pack 'N Store Early Bird Sale
15th February - 20th March
We are offering students low-cost luggage storage during the Easter holiday periods. All proceeds go to the charitable work of LSESU's Enactus Society.
LSE Space for Thought Literary Festival 2015
23rd-28th February
LSE
LSE’s 7th Literary Festival will explore the foundations of knowledge, society, identity and literature, as well as those of LSE itself in our 120th year.
Next Generation Learning Commons Competition
26th February - 20th March
Online
Reimagine the Library Lower Ground Floor and win an iPad or Amazon vouchers! Don’t miss your chance to have your say in what’s happening in the hub of our campus.
Pack 'N Store Easter Sale
28th February - 19th March
Student halls
Introducing 'Pack and Store', a storage service during the holiday periods so you don’t have to worry about storing your things outside of term.
Retail, Media & Technology Conference
28th February
LSE Hong Kong Theatre
The LSESU Technology Society is proud to present the inaugural Retail, Media & Technology Conference. The Conference offers opportunities for students to learn about exciting industry trends and network with industry professionals.
LSESU CSSA Investment Banking Apprentice Program
1st-21st March
On campus
This is a careers program designed to help students who seek to enter investment banking. A team of offer holders and investment bankers will be giving out tailored lessons on how to apply successfully.
Badminton (Drop-in)
2nd March
Finsbury Leisure Centre
A recreational Badminton session run by the LSE Badminton Club. You don't have to be a club member to take part! Pay as you play for just £2.00 a session.
Golf Lessons
2nd March
Urban Golf Soho
Discounted Golf Lessons
Mexico Awakens: Human rights, civic engagement and institutions
2nd March
1st Floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Panel discussion, followed by networking with nibbles.
Hustings
2nd March
Butler's Wharf Halls, 11 Gainsford Street, London SE1 2NE
Come along to hear what your candidates for Sabbatical Officer, Part-time Officer and other positions have to say. Food and drinks included.
Hustings for AU President and AU Exec
3rd March
Exercise Studio, Sixth Floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come along and question the candidates who are running to be your next AU President and members of the AU Executive. All students vote for the AU President, but just members of the AU elect their Executive.
Boot Camp
3rd March
Lincoln's Inn Fields
A new FREE weekly class which is open to all students - NOW AT LUNCHTIME!
LSESU Employability & Development: Managing Conflict
3rd March
Hosted by Shaun Harris - Assistant Director at LSE Careers. This session is for anyone who may feel they could benefit from developing their communication skills and strategies for managing conflict.
Women in Sport - The Women's Network
3rd March
SSH - 1st Floor
Come and hear from powerful Women in Sport.
Man and Superman - National Theatre
3rd March
The LSESU Drama Society is going to the National Theatre to see Ralph Fiennes in Man and Superman.
LSESU LOLZ: Julian Deane, Steve Bugeja and Mark Smith (MC)
3rd March
The Three Tuns
An evening of professional live comedy in association with the Comedy Network. Doors 7.30pm, show starts 8pm. **Just £2 for all pints, wine and spirit+mixers** (ex Red Bull)
Disabled Students Assembly with Mark Malik
4th March
6th Floor Studio, LSESU Saw Swee Hock Building
Join the forum to talk about issues facing Disabled Students at LSE with your Disabled Students' Officer Mark!
Vote for your new LSESU Officers
4th-5th March
Vote for the candidates who will best represent you. Check out their manifestos at www.lsesu.com/elections
Netball
4th March
Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Sports Centre - Elephant & Castle
A free session for anyone new to Netball or just looking to play recreationally - led by a qualified coach.
Shooting Give-it-a-Go
4th March
A1 Shooting Club - High Barnet
Two hours of clay pigeon shooting for just £10! Only 6 places available so sign up now! NB. Bookings close on Friday 27th February
Urban Cycling Skills
4th March
Lincoln's Inn (Holborn) / Granary Square (Kings Cross)
Want to gain more confidence cycling on London roads? Then this is for you!
Tennis (Drop in)
4th March
Lincoln's Inn Fields
A recreational Tennis session run by the LSE Tennis Club. You don't have to be a club member to take part! Pay as you play for just £2.50 a session.
Postgraduate Breakfast Social
5th March
6th floor, SAW
Free Breakfast: Join us for tea, coffee and a selection of delicious pastries
Zumba
5th March
6th Floor Studio - Saw Swee Hock
A free Zumba class for students from the Philosophy department. Book your place now to avoid missing out!
LSESU SWING DANCE SOCIETY
5th March
Kingsway 20 G.01
Come along to the Swing Dance Society's Classes. Beginners 7-8:15 Intermediates 8:15-9pm
LSESU UNSOC - ScotsMUN
6th-8th March
SCOTLAND
SCOTSMUN
Belly Dancing
6th March
LSE Old Gym (Old Building)
NEW! Weekly Belly Dancing classes - only £1 per person per week!
Shooting Give-it-a-Go
6th March
A1 Shooting Club - High Barnet
Two hours of clay pigeon shooting for just £10! Only 6 places available so sign up now! NB. Bookings close on Saturday 28th February
LSESU WFC Mixed Mini World Cup
6th March
Powerleague London City (Shoreditch)
To celebrate the 7th FIFA Women’s World Cup Championship this summer, inclusivity in sports and just to have a good time, LSE Women’s Football Club is organising a mixed mini world cup tournament. Only £3 per team - Enter now!
Management & Strategy Annual Conference
7th March
Hong Kong Theatre
Our Annual Management & Strategy Conference offers an open platform for students and renowned business professionals to discuss current issues in the world of management and strategy. Come by to network with alumni from major UK employers!
LSESU Qawwali Night
7th March
The Venue- Saw Swee Hock
LSE SU Pakistan Society invites you to attend our much-awaited Annual Qawwali Night on Saturday, 7th March 2015. Immerse yourself in night of beautiful music along with some chai, paan and mithai.
TEDxLSE SU Annual Conference
8th March
Old Theatre
The event you’ve all been waiting for. TEDxLSE is here to give YOU an unique experience of inspiration with 12 brilliant speakers lined up. Theme: Dare to dream - the bumpy road to success. Think big. Be there to #daretodream!
Squash open session
8th March
Courts 2 & 3 - East Building
A free session open to anyone who isn't a squash club member!
LSESU German Symposium: Former President of Germany Christian Wulff
9th March
Shaw Library (Old Building)
Former German President Christian Wulff will open the LSESU German Symposium 2015 with a speech on the challenges facing Germany and Europe in a globalized world.
LSESU German Symposium: Capital Markets in Transition- Europe and Beyond
9th March
Sheikh Zayed Theatre (New Academic Building)
Dr. Martin Reitz (Rothschild), Martin Wiesmann (JP Morgan), and Axel Hoerger (UBS) will be discussing the latest developments in the world's capital markets!
LSESU German Symposium: Speech by Former Federal Minister Juergen Trittin
9th March
Shaw Library (Old Building)
Former Federal Minister and current Member of Parliament Juergen Trittin will be speaking on the recent events in Greece and the viability of austerity in times of crisis!
Badminton (Drop-in)
9th March
Finsbury Leisure Centre
A recreational Badminton session run by the LSE Badminton Club. You don't have to be a club member to take part! Pay as you play for just £2.50 a session.
LSESU German Symposium: Philosophy Lecture
9th March
Shaw Library (Old Building)
Join this event to see one of Germany's most prominent philosophers speak! Prof. Nida-Ruemelin is a renowned professor at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich.
LSESU German Symposium: The United States of Europe- Future or Illusion?
9th March
Royal College of Surgeons
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer will be speaking on the possibility of further integration in Europe, before engaging in further discussion on the topic with former Minister-President Prof. Dr. Bernhard Vogel.
LSE Dance Show "Dance for Change"
9th March
Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street, London WC2A 2HT
Let's DANCE FOR CHANGE! This year's annual LSEAU Dance Club Show will set out to express a multitude of social issues through dance. Join us for an exciting and entertaining evening of student talent.
Boot Camp
10th March
LSE - meet outside the Student Services Centre (Old Building)
A new weekly class which is open to all students. Only £2 per person per session!
LSESU German Symposium: Populism and Extremism in Europe
10th March
Former President of the European Parliament and current chairman of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation Dr. Hans-Gert Poettering and Kenneth Clarke in conversation with John Peet of the Economist.
LSESU German Symposium: Europe as a global player
10th March
German Ambassador to the UK Dr. Peter Ammon, Former British Foreign Secretary Lord Hurd, and Former Minister-President of Saxony Prof. Kurt Biedenkopf will discuss the future of European foreign policy.
LSESU German Symposium: Dealing with the consequences of Charlie Hebdo
10th March
CLM.5.02
Join this event to hear one of Germany's most controversial figures, Alexander Gauland, address the issue of how to deal with the recent terrorist attack in Paris!
LSESU German Symposium: An Evening of Kabarett
10th March
Staff Dining Room (Old Building)
Join one of Germany's most prominent Kabarett artists for a unique and thoroughly enjoyable evening! NOTE: EVENT WILL BE HELD IN GERMAN
Liberation through the Lens: campaigns and advocacy photography exhibition
10th March
Saw Swee Hock Building, first floor
Don't miss the chance to celebrate the amazing work that LSE student activists have done this year. Come along to this photography exhibition to see student photos which document a variety of campaigns and advocacy projects.
LSESU German Symposium: The German Energy Transition as an example for Europe?
11th March
Shaw Library (Old Building)
The CEO of Siemens Joe Kaeser and the Minister-President of Schleswig-Holstein Torsten Albig will be discussing the controversial German energy transition in European context.
LSESU German Symposium: The Challenges of Integration in Germany
11th March
Shaw Library (Old Building)
Minister-President of Lower Saxony Stephan Weil, Former Speaker of the German Parliament Prof. Dr. Rita Suessmuth, and Vice-Chairman of the FDP Wolfgang Kubicki will discuss the new recent challenges of integration in Germany.
LSESU German Symposium: The relevance of the nation-state in the 21st Century
11th March
Former British Foreign Secretary Lord Owen will hold a keynote on the relevance of the nation-state in the 21st Century. The speech will be followed by a discussion between Lord Owen, Prof. Gesine Schwan, and Prof. Brendan Simms.
Tennis (Drop in)
11th March
Lincoln's Inn Fields
A recreational Tennis session run by the LSE Tennis Club. You don't have to be a club member to take part! Pay as you play for just £2.50 a session.
LSESU German Symposium: Speech by Valéry Giscard d'Estaing
11th March
Old Theatre
Come along to see the former President of the French Republic speak about what can be done to reform the European Union and overcome the current crisis!
LSESU German Symposium: Lecture by Frank Mattern
11th March
Frank Mattern, Head of Functional Practices at McKinsey&Co., will be speaking about "Success in a volatile world".
LSESU Employability & Development: External Marketing
11th March
LSESU 3rd Floor Meeting Room
The External Marketing Session will be hosted by LSESU. This session is for anyone who wants to increase engagement potential sponsors, potential student members and external alumni. Students will develop skills in various forms of communications.
Spring Awakening
11th March
LSESU German Symposium: New ideas for innovation, investment and growth in Europe
12th March
Hong Kong Theatre
Panel discussion with the Vice-President of the German Bundesbank Prof. Claudia Buch, CEO of Commerzbank Martin Blessing, Managing Director of Credit Suisse Helene von Roeder, and Managing Director at BCG Carsten Kratz.
LSESU German Symposium: Germany as an economic powerhouse
12th March
NAB.2.04
Former Economic Minister Rainer Bruederle and Roland Berger Chairman Prof. Burkhard Schwenker in a discussion on the future of German economic growth and standing in the world.
Zumba
12th March
6th Floor Studio - Saw Swee Hock
A free Zumba class for students from the Philosophy department. Book your place now to avoid missing out!
Hula Hoop Class
12th March
6th Floor Studio - Saw Swee Hock
A new free activity open to all students!
LSESU German Symposium: Speech by Dr. Joerg Kukies (Goldman Sachs CEO Germany)
12th March
STC.S78
Come see the CEO of Goldman Sachs in Germany!
Climate Damage, Portfolio Risk and Forceful Stewardship
12th March
LSE Clement House CLM 5.02
Join us to hear Howard Covington and Raj Thamotheram speak on the concept of 'Forceful Stewardship'. They offer the reasoning that the continued promotion of fossil fuels and 2 degrees + of global warming carries significant risks for investors.
LSESU Employability & Development: Stage 2 Public Speaking
12th March
The ARC, 1st Floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Stage 2 Public Speaking Training. In this session you practice the skills developed in stage 1 Public Speaking, being critiqued on your technique and what to do under the pressure of a public speaking scenario!
LSESU Accounting Society Annual Dinner
12th March
Pizza Express Holborn
Our most sought-after Annual Dinner will take place at Pizza Express again and the menu is… Starter: Garlic bread with cheese/Dough balls Main: Margherita/American/America hot/Le Reine/Sloppy Giuseppe Dessert: Ice cream/Chocolate fudge cake
Spring Awakening
12th March
LSESU German Symposium: Anglo-German Relations- A cornerstone of European cooperation
13th March
Member of European Parliament David McAllister, Former German Finance Minister Hans Eichel, British Ambassador to Germany Simon McDonald, and Former British Foreign Secretary Malcolm Rifkind in discussion.
Belly Dancing
13th March
LSE Old Gym (Old Building)
NEW! Weekly Belly Dancing classes - only £1 per person per week!
LSESU German Symposium: Speech by Federal Minister Peter Altmaier
13th March
Head of the German Federal Chancellery Peter Altmaier will be speaking about Germany's role in the world. In conclusion, he will engage in a discussion with historians Prof. Michael Wolffsohn and Prof. Andreas Roedder.
5-a-side Football (Drop in)
13th March
Powerleague London City - Shoreditch
Play 5-a-side Football for just £2 per person per session!
Spring Awakening
13th March
MiM Weekend Trip
14th-15th March
Oxford Saïd Business School
Excursion to Saïd Business School
2014-2015 Annual Conference: Rethinking the Energy Future
14th March
Royal College of Sturgeons, 35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PE
The London School of Economics Student Union Energy Society is organising a one-day conference on rethinking the future of energy with the aim of becoming a global forum for key debates in the field of energy.
EGX Rezzed Expo
14th March
Tobacco Dock, London, E1W 2SF
Come join the LSESU Gaming Society to the EGX Rezzed Expo on Saturday! The baby cousin of EGX (Eurogamer Expo), EGX Rezzed boasts a ton of pre-release playable games, industry events, developer panels from indie devs and a host of others.
The Economic Forum for India at LSE
14th March
Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-63 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5DA
An India-focused conference aimed at discussing and debating the financial, political, entrepreneurial and other challenges and opportunities facing the country today.
Alternative Aspirations Conference
14th March
CLM 4.02
LSESU Artichoke Society presents: CREATE, EXPLORE, NURTURE, PERSUADE. Get some perspective.
Industry Dinner
15th March
The Holiday Inn Regents Park
DESTIN is hosting its annual Industry Dinner, which will take place March 15th, 2015. The Industry Dinner will bring together students, academics and working professionals from across the International Development industry to share experiences.
Badminton (Drop-in)
16th March
Finsbury Leisure Centre
A recreational Badminton session run by the LSE Badminton Club. You don't have to be a club member to take part! Pay as you play for just £2.50 a session.
Mature, Part-time and PHD Students' Social
16th March
6th Floor SSH
Come and meet other Mature, Part-time and PHD Students as well as your Students' Union officers.
Boot Camp
17th March
LSE - meet outside the Student Services Centre (Old Building)
A new weekly class which is open to all students. Only £2 per person per session!
Women's Forum with Gee Linford-Grayson
17th March
CLM.2.02
Meeting for any self-identifying female student of LSE with Gee Linford-Grayson, LSESU Women's Officer.
The Clare Market Review Election Hustings and Social
17th March
NAB 2.14
We're electing our Committee for 2015/16! Come along to run and vote, plus meet the old committee and get to know what we do over drinks and nibbles!
Netball
18th March
Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Sports Centre - Elephant & Castle
A free session for anyone new to Netball or just looking to play recreationally - led by a qualified coach.
Tennis (Drop in)
18th March
Lincoln's Inn Fields
A recreational Tennis session run by the LSE Tennis Club. You don't have to be a club member to take part! Pay as you play for just £2.00 a session.
LSESU Energy Society Conference
19th March
Sturgeons
Rethinking the future of energy
Zumba
19th March
6th Floor Studio - Saw Swee Hock
A free Zumba class for students from the Philosophy department. Book your place now to avoid missing out!
Hula Hoop Class
19th March
6th Floor Studio - Saw Swee Hock
A new free activity open to all students!
Gen Sec & Women's Officer Networking event
19th March
SSH - 6th Floor Cafe
Come and Network at our final event of the year.
End of Term Boat Party - Butler's Wharf, Sidney Webb & Lillian Knowles
19th March
The Thames (Tower Pier)
This party is for the residents of Butler's Wharf, Sidney Webb & Lillian Knowles. If there any unsold tickets, they will be available to all remaining Postgrads. The dress code is formal, so dress to impress!! After Party to be confirmed.
End of Term Party
19th March
Foundations Bar Covent Garden
Event to close out the Lent Term
La NOCHE LATINA | Dont stop the party
19th March
The Venue
The LSESU Salsa Society proudly brings to the LSE - for the first time ever - a whole night of LATIN MUSIC!
RAG Hitch
21st-27th March
London to Budapest. Five days. No money.
Finance and Sustainability - oikos London Spring Meeting 2015 - March 26th-29th
26th-29th March
Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, LSE, London
The 2015 oikos Spring Meeting will bring together students from across the globe to enquire, think and talk about the relationship between finance and sustainability alongside LSE students and expert speakers.
Disabled Students Assembly with Mark Malik
6th May
6th Floor Studio, LSESU Saw Swee Hock Building
Join the forum to talk about issues facing Disabled Students at LSE with your Disabled Students' Officer Mark!