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We’ve put together 5 good memories we have of societies in Lent Term.
LSE Refugee Week: Asylum Monologues
LSE Student Action for Refugees (STAR) and the United Nations Society, in cooperation with the Middle East Centre and generously supported by the LSE Annual Fund, hosted LSE Refugee Week. One of the events that week was Asylum Monologues. LSE STAR, together with the charity Iceandfire, put together a night that of stunning performances - featuring the harrowing verbatim testimonies of people who have experienced human rights abuse.
Read more about the week here: http://lsesu.tumblr.com/post/156889639148/supported-by-lse-annual-fund-refugee-week
Malaysia Night 2017: The Promise
The LSE SU Malaysia Club put on a night to remember with their play ‘The Promise - An LSESU Malaysia Club MNight Production 2017’. It was at times hilarious, at times touching and altogether fabulous.
Read more about the night here: http://lsesu.tumblr.com/post/157438265133/mnight-2017-the-promise
Three LSE students and friends added a new society in the mix this term with the creation of the Rap Society. Rishav Shah, Jay Vekaria and Rishi Dattani are the founding fathers of LSE’s first Rap Society and they’ve been actively producing content online.
Read more about the society here: http://lsesu.tumblr.com/post/156128874128/society-spotlight-rap
Women Leaders of Tomorrow – Red Lips Project
LSESU Women Leaders of Tomorrow launched the 'Red Lips Project’ for the third year in a row. The launch night featured Kavita Dattani (Director of Development in Action), Andreea Groenendijk-Deveau (Editor in Chief of The Market Mogul) and Kalpana Shah (Chairman of Riverstone Managing Agency).
Read more about the night here: http://lsesu.tumblr.com/post/157496520653/the-red-lips-project-2017
TEDxLSE – Student Speaker Competition and On the Brink
In the lead up to their flagship conference, On the Brink, TEDxLSE held a Student Speaker Competition, with the winner gaining a place on the list of speakers at the conference. This year, these included Tom Blomfield, CEO of Monzo Bank and neuroscientist, Dr. Tara Swart.
Read more about their events here: http://lsesu.tumblr.com/post/157864943503/society-spotlight-tedxlse
We’ve put together 5 good memories we have of sport in Lent Term.
Medals in Taekwondo
The LSE TKD Club sent a team of 6 fighters to the first ever LUSL Spring Taekwondo Competition held on 11th February at University of East London’s Sportsdock. We are proud to announce that 5 out of 6 fighters collected a medal, with 2 Silvers (Marcus and Weimin), and 3 Bronzes (Sarah, Odelia, and William).
Read about their victory here: http://lsesu.tumblr.com/post/157487497738/lse-taekwondo-bring-home-the-medals
Women’s Rugby – Development Day
For the second year running, the Women’s Rugby team held a development day in Barking. The event was hugely beneficial for the development of the players as well as building confidence in the young girl’s own abilities as it also gives girls the opportunity to get involved in a sport that they might not have otherwise had access to.
Read more about the day here: http://lsesu.tumblr.com/post/158477599698/womens-rugby-development-day-2017
The team has been consistent in their success all season. From the first ever LUSL Individual Fencing Championships, held at the Leon Paul Fencing Centre. Despite having one of the smallest teams there, and having existed for half a term only, LSE Fencing managed to come away with six gold medals out the 18 that were up for grabs! Now they have won the South Eastern Cup!
Read about their first victory here: http://lsesu.tumblr.com/post/153217899248/lsesu-fencing-six-golds-in-two-months
The AU have held many individual events this term including AU Pride and Fight Night. All their commitment to their clubs that form the AU has been evident this term, as always, supporting their clubs games and individual events. It’s been a good term.
View all it all here: https://www.facebook.com/LSE-Athletics-Union-151752282243/
Mens basketball player goes international
LSE student and LSESU Sports Ambassador Isaac Low, embarked on an opportunity to represent his country through his sport, basketball. Playing for his national team, Isaac was privileged to travel to Hong Kong for the 21st Super Kung Sheung Cup Invitational Championships. The Gold Tier Sports Ambassador attended the tournament with participating teams from Hong Kong, India, Thailand, Malaysia and the United States.
Read about his experience here: http://lsesu.tumblr.com/post/155724146348/lsesu-mens-basketball-player-goes-international
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