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  • Thu 25 Aug 2016 11:32

    One thing we love about the ‘student experience’ is that there are just so many things that that could mean.

    Plus, living in the heart of a city like London guarantees that no two days are the same. That’s amazing, but it means we might never get to know what other students’ lives are like.

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    Which is why we’re handing over our Instagram for one week to the people we’re most interested in hearing from, LSE students! We’re looking for anyone who’d like to take over our account and showing our followers what it’s like to be you.

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    Even if your day seems dull, there are people who’ll see it as about as different as it’s possible to be, so don’t be afraid to wow them! And if that isn’t incentive enough, there’ll be a prize at the end of the year for the best week’s images.

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    To apply, just tweet @lsesu​ and we’ll be in touch with details. Looking forward to seeing through your eyes!

    More info:

    Check out our past contributors here: instagram.com/lsesu/

  • Thu 25 Aug 2016 11:22

    The LSESU Christian Union is a group of students who have had their lives changed by the message of Jesus. 

    Because we feel that what Jesus offers is amazing, unique, and necessary, we seek to share His message of hope with as many people as possible. Our members come from many different nationalities, ages, and degree subjects, and have varying personalities, hobbies, and goals. Yet, despite all these differences, we find so much in common in our shared faith. And it is a great joy when we see a fellow student have his or her life completely changed as they believe and come to understand the message of Jesus. This happened a number of times just this past year!

    We hold weekly gatherings during the academic year which are open to anyone who is a student at LSE, regardless of their prior beliefs or convictions. We also hold periodic lunchtime events, called “Big Questions,” which are specifically geared towards non-Christians who want to understand the Christian perspective on an important life question. Our members are also very happy to answer questions via social media or over coffee, to anyone who is interested, for whatever reason.

    We are privileged to be running a Tour of London during Welcome Week this year. We’d love to have you join us, see the sights of this great city, and get to know some of our members. We wish all students, especially first-years, a great year at LSE.

    More info:

    For more details on the walking tour visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/670838409731312/

    Facebookfacebook.com/LSESUCU/

    Twitter: twitter.com/lsesucu

  • Thu 25 Aug 2016 11:11

    Hello everyone, I hope you’re enjoying your holiday. As you may have seen from the Students’ Union social media platforms I am looking for LSE students to participate in a short video celebrating Blackness within the university. 

    We hope to pay tribute to Black History Month this upcoming October by recognising the black population we have on campus. Normally, we are used to honouring high profile individuals of the past but I see the value in shedding light on our peers.

    The video is called ‘I’m proud to be Black’ where we ask participants to give an explanation as to why they are proud to be black. It can be as brief as you like, as thoughtful or as vague – the idea is that your identity matters. Your opening line will be ‘I’m proud to be black because…’

    The Students Union is creating an opportunity to promote some positive imagery for black students which I hope as a university we can support. I have no doubt that both those who take part and those who don’t will feel empowered and be reminded why they should be proud to be black.

    So, if you self-define as black or have part black ancestry that you want to celebrate please do flag your interest by sending in an email to su.generalsecretary@lse.ac.uk ASAP so we can start filming!

    Yours faithfully,
    Busyao Twins, your General Secretary