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Footprint
5th September - 17th October
Footprint is Itchy Feet annual magazine celebrating everything we've been up to this year. If you'd like a copy posted to you then the price is 50p a copy plus postage for wherever you are, make sure you choose the right box: UK, EEA, Rest of World
Islamic Society Freshers' Event
2nd-10th October
Don't miss out on all these exciting events brought to you by the LSESU Islamic Society! From Eid parties, to London tours, to bowling trips, you won't be bored!
Freshers' Fair 2014
2nd October
Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Drop in to visit stalls from the Students' Union, clubs and societies, LSE and external organisations. Sign up to extra-curricular activities, meet new people and bag some great freebies!
Human Rights Diplomacy: Inside The United Nations
2nd October
Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
A public lecture hosted by LSE's Centre for the Study of Human Rights, given by Ibrahim Salama, director of the Human Rights Treaties Division in the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Freshers' Fair 2014
3rd October
Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Drop in to visit stalls from the Students' Union, clubs and societies, LSE and external organisations. Sign up to extra-curricular activities, meet new people and bag some great freebies!
Free historical walking tours of the LSE's campus for Research students
3rd October
Meet in the reception of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Find out more about the history of the LSE and local area with a walking tour led by Maria Carvalho, LSESU Research Students' Officer Tours will take place at 10am, 12middday, 2pm and 4pm.
Welcome drinks for Research students
3rd October
George IV pub on Portugal Street
Whether you're a new or returning PhD student, come along for some free drinks and networking in the George IV pub on Portugal Street
Freshers' Saucy
3rd October
Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Dust of your ties and blazers for an epic Back to School night at LSESU's popular student night, Saucy.
Mature and Part-time Students' Welcome
6th October
LSESU Weston Café, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come along to meet other mature and part-time students, and say hi to your former Mature and Part-time Students' Officer, Laura Mertsching!
LGBTea and Scones
7th October
LSESU 6th Floor Studio, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Partake in a most refined afternoon of tea and scones with other Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) students - and meet your LGBT Students' Officer, Alex Leung.
Inequality And The 1%: What Goes Wrong When The Rich Become Too Rich
7th October
Old Theatre, Old Building
A public lecture by Danny Dorling, hosted by LSE's Geography and Environment and Sociology Departments.
LSESU Labour and Cooperative Welcome Party
7th October
Everybody knows that there 'ain't no party like a Labour Party', so come and join us at our welcome reception which will be taking place at 6.30pm on Tuesday 7th October in 32L.G.03.
Meet Your Anti-Racism Officer, Esther Gross
7th October
LSESU Weston Café, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come along to meet Esther, your Anti-Racism Officer, and find out more about what she'll be doing this year.
The Paradox of China's Peaceful Rise
7th October
Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
A public lecture on ‘China and the World’ from LSE IDEAS.
Book Launch: The History Manifesto
8th October
Old Theatre, Old Building
A public lecture from the British Government @ LSE, to launch 'The History Manifesto' by Dr Jo Guldi and Professor David Armitage.
Film Screening - Riots Reframed Documentary
8th October
Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Theatre (NAB.LG.01)
Brought to you by the Postgrad Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies Working Group, Riots Reframed is a feature-length documentary which reframes England's 2011 riots through voices of resistance.
Annual General Meeting
9th October
STC
This is a Society's AGM, where prospective members will be provided a guideline about the Society: what it is for, what it did and what it will do, etc. And at the end of the AGM, an election will take place for several vacant committee positions.
Book Launch: Siberia: A History Of The People
9th October
Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
Professor Janet Hartley looks at the lives of Siberia’s people from the late sixteenth century to the present. This lecture marks the launch of 'Siberia: A History Of The People', published by Yale in July 2014.
Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy in the Twenty-First Century
9th October
Old Theatre, Old Building
A public lecture from LSE with the University of Melbourne. Professor Garnaut looks forward to where the global economy is headed across a diverse range of nation-states.
LGBT Big Welcome Drinks
9th October
LSESU Weston Café, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Share a beverage or two with other Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) students, and meet your LGBT Students' Officer, Alex Leung.
Time to change pledge signing!
10th October
LSESU, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come join us at our outside living room in front of the LSESU building for a chat about ending mental health discrimination. You will have the chance to sign the Time to change pledge and also enjoy some free tea and cake.
Thinking of standing for Michaelmas Term elections?
10th October
Third floor meeting room, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come along and find out more about running for election. This session is for only students who self-define as being part of a Liberation group (women, BME, disabled, LGBT+) and is relevant for all positions up for election.
Thinking of standing for Michaelmas Term elections?
10th October
Third floor meeting room, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come along and find out more about running for Postgraduate Students' Officer, or Postgraduate Research Students' Officer.
Nominations are open for Michaelmas Term elections
13th-20th October
www.lsesu.com/elections
RUN. VOTE. CHANGE. If you're interested in RUNning for a position, get in touch with Engagement Co-ordinator Laura Burley on L.A.Burley@lse.ac.uk. check out what positions are up for election at www.lsesu.com/yourunion and click on the elections tab
Thinking of standing for Michaelmas Term election?
13th October
Third floor meeting room, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come along and find out more about running for Postgraduate Students' Officer, or Postgraduate Research Students' Officer.
LAUNCH EVENT: LSESU Employability and Development
13th October
LSESU Denning Learning Café, 1st floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Free Pizza and Refreshments. The Launch event for the Employability and Development Program, delivered by LSESU in partnership with LSE Careers and the LSE Annual Fund. Attend to have your chance to sign up to the Free Skills Development Program.
Art and Politics Now
13th October
Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
In this public lecture from LSE Arts, Dr Anthony Downey explores the implications of artists' increasing engagement with some of the most pressing issues facing our world.
Green and Ethical Meet and Greet
13th October
LSESU 6th Floor Studio, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
If you're interested in the environment and ethical issues, come along to meet your Environment and Ethics Officer Nadia Raslan.
The Establishment And How They Get Away With It
13th October
Old Theatre, Old Building
In this public lecture from the Ralph Miliband Programme, Owen Jones sets out on a journey into the heart of our Establishment, from the lobbies of Westminster to the newsrooms, boardrooms and trading rooms of Fleet Street and the City.
The Masked Ball - Freshers' Ball 2014
13th October
Koko
The Masked Ball opens its doors for one night only on Monday 13th October and is set to be one of the biggest events in LSESU Calendar.
Thinking of standing for Michaelmas Term elections?
14th October
Third floor meeting room, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come along and find out more about running for election. This session is relevant for all students and for all positions.
Drop-in session for potential election candidates
14th October
Activities Resource Centre, first floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Are you planning on standing for election in Michaelmas Term? Do you know about the positions and how SU democracy works, but you want to know more about the logistics, key dates and how to write a winning manifesto? Drop in for some top tips.
International Students’ Meet and Greet
14th October
LSESU 1st Floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come along and meet other international students at LSE, and say hi to your International Students' Officer, Indo Vickerson.
LSESU Sociology Society AGM & Intro
15th October
Clement Houe (CLM) 2.04
We’re welcoming our members for this year’s Annual General Meeting with free refreshments to socialise, elect this year’s committee and a discuss events and our plans for this year! Please join online prior to attending. Free cake and refreshments.
Thinking of standing for Michaelmas Term elections?
15th October
Third floor meeting room, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come along and find out more about running for election. This session is relevant for all students and all positions.
Women's Welcome
16th October
LSESU Weston Café, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Interested in women's issues? Come along to this welcome event and meet your Women's Officer, Gee Linford-Grayson.
Drop-in session for potential election candidates
17th October
Activities Resource Centre, first floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Are you planning on standing for election in Michaelmas Term? Do you know about the positions and how SU democracy works, but you want to know more about the logistics, key dates and how to write a winning manifesto? Drop in for some top tips.
'A Beautiful Mind' film screening
17th October
LSESU 6th Floor Studio, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Come along to our film screening of 'A Beautiful Mind' - we will also show the trailer to our Time to change video. This will also be another opportunity to meet this years Disabled Students officer.
Candidate briefing
20th October
Third floor meeting room, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
If you're a candidate in the SU elections, you must attend a briefing to find out more about how to run your campaign and what the key dates are.
Candidate briefing
21st October
CLM.2.05
If you're a candidate in the Michaelmas Term elections then you must attend a briefing to find out the key dates and how to run your campaign.
How to write a winning manifesto
21st October
Activities Resource Centre, first floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
If you're a candidate in the Michaelmas Term elections and want to get some top tips on how to write a winning manifesto, this is your chance.
Campaign training for Michaelmas Term election candidates
21st October
Third floor meeting room, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
If you're a candidate in the Michaelmas Term elections, come along for some top tips on how to run a winning campaign.
Public speaking training for Michaelmas Term election candidates
22nd October
Third floor meeting room, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
If you're a candidate in Michaelmas Term elections and want to know how to impress your voters with brilliant oratory, come along to this session for some top tips on public speaking and delivering a winning speech.
Campaign training for Michaelmas Term election candidates
22nd October
NAB 2.08
If you're a candidate in the Michaelmas Term elections, come along for some top tips on how to run a winning campaign.
"Race", Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies - Fall Film Screening
22nd October
Alumni Theatre, New Academic Theatre (NAB LG.09)
Brought to you by the Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies Working Group-Walking stories is an interwoven account of two racist attacks in Milan and Florence and the victims' painful attempts to piece the fragments of their lives back together.
Voting is open for Michaelmas Term elections
29th-30th October
RUN. VOTE. CHANGE. Find out who's RUNning for election and decide who gets your vote at lsesu.com/elections, then cast your vote at lsesu.com/vote - login with your School username and password.
Disabled Students' Assembly with Craig Calhoun
29th October
LSESU Weston Café, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
If you're a disabled student or interested in issues affecting disabled students, come along to this assembly led by LSE Director Craig Calhoun.
Elections results night
30th October
The Venue, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
RUN. VOTE. CHANGE. Come and find out the results and see if the candidates you voted for are successful.
Public Lecture: the Fossil Free campaign by Bill McKibben
4th November
The Venue, Saw Swee Hock Students' Centre 18:30
The LSE Divest group is hosting this brilliant Public Lecture about the Fossil Free campaign by Bill McKibben - the co-founder and and Chairman at www.350.org, an international climate campaign that is running in 188 countries around the world.
LSESU Liberation trip: Black Chronicles exhibition
10th November
Rivington Place, Shoreditch
Don't miss this one-off chance to see some of the first photos of Black people in Britain. Come along to this SU-run trip have a exclusive tour of the Black Chronicles II Exhibition at Rivington Place in Shoreditch.
LSESU Women's Network Launch - Save the Date!
11th November
The Venue, SAW
Don't miss this exciting launch of the Women's network at LSE! All you need to know at the moment is to keep this evening free. More information coming soon...