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Your Sabbatical Officers

Busayo

General Secretary

Julia

Activities and Development Officer

Riham

Community and Welfare Officer

Jasmina

Education Officer

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  • Mon 27 Mar 2017 13:44

    Celebrating the end of Lent Term, looking back on what we’ve achieved

    Jasmina’s four favourite things from Lent Term:

    • Seeing exam resits and assessment diversification on the School’s agenda. You can find out more about the exam resits project here
    • The elections, and seeing a social mobility officer elected. Find results here
    • Getting funding for and holding focus groups to understand the BME attainment gap—especially meeting and talking to so many students about what their experience at LSE has looked like so far.
    • THE FIRST DAY OF SPRING, and moving towards lighter days.

    For everyone heading in to exams or writing dissertations this term, good luck, you’ve got this! 

  • Mon 27 Mar 2017 13:44
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    Celebrating the end of Lent Term, looking back on what we’ve achieved

    Top three wins of my term so far…
    1)      The International Varsity Tour to the Toulouse School of Economics

    -          Engaging more clubs that any previous Sports tour this trip engaged nearly 150 students.
    -          The first time any competition of its type has been organised for LSE students it was brilliant to bring home a win and I’m looking forward to seeing it improved upon in the future.  

    2)      Achieved my manifesto promises to improve comms for Clubs and Societies. 


            a.       Introduced two weekly Newsletters: The Activities Round-Up and the Society and Club Exectutive Newsletter.
                     i.      The Activities Round up has over ___ sign up and is there to allow clubs and socities to advertise their events and lets everyone else know about all the wonderful opportunities that are happening.
                    ii.      The Society and Club Executive newsletter keeps execs up to date on everything they need to know to ensure the smooth running of their group.
           b.      Achieved the funding for a plasma screen in the 1st floor Café – to be installed very soon.

    3)      Improved SU representation in LSE Open Days


    -          The SU is now actively involved in the LSE Open Days and Offer Holder days so that incoming and prospective students know that the SU is here for them before they have even arrived.
    -          The SU has so much to offer, from the advice service to Clubs and Societies, it is vital that soon to be students know how to contact us and how to get involved.  

  • Mon 27 Mar 2017 13:44

    Celebrating the end of Lent Term, looking back at what we’ve achieved

    • Securing accommodation bursaries for lower socio-economic students in halls, to be rolled out next year.
    • Hosting one of the first few Anti-Semitism Awareness weeks in a UK university with JSoc.
    • Securing £100 000 towards combatting harassment on campus alongside LSE from HEFCE.
    • Securing Mental Health Awareness Training for next year for academic advisors and student-facing staff
    • Creating the Student Wellbeing Working Group alongside Student Counselling Service as a reporting committee in LSE governance structures