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The current Features editors are Marianne Hii, Yasmina O'Sullivan, and Jack Beeching.

Sexual assault at LSE: What has Hands Off achieved?

By Bora Bayram In light of the recent murder of Sarah Everard, sexual assault and women’s safety are issues that have come to the forefront. At LSE, the voices of those campaigning for better treatment of sexual assault victims on…

‘We don’t like that we’ve had to organise. We were desperate.’ The next fight for student activists

By Jack Beeching In a 2014 piece for the Guardian, the late David Graeber wrote: “If ever a ‘reform’ has been proved an utter failure, the higher educational reforms of 2010 are surely it.” He was writing in support of…

A question to the community: Do corporations have a place in Pride at LSE?

By Beatriz Silva and Yasmina O’Sullivan What do the NYC Pride March and a pre-pandemic Wednesday outside of the LSE Student Union have in common? Here’s a hint: it’s not world-class architecture.  Both can be relied on to include renowned…

What differentiates the Community and Welfare Officer candidates running in the SU’s election?

The Beaver asked the candidates running for the positions of Community and Welfare Officer to answer three questions that can help students better understand what each of the candidates stand for and, more importantly, how exactly they plan to achieve…

What differentiates the Education Officer candidates running in the SU’s election?

The Beaver asked the candidates running for the positions of Education Officer to answer three questions that can help students better understand what each of the candidates stand for and, more importantly, how exactly they plan to achieve what they…

Seedery: The New Student Startup and Investor Conference Launching in 2021

Picture from Seedery’s website. Following his Summer Internship with leading German venture capital firm Global Founders Capital – which is behind some of Europe’s most recognizable startups like Zalando, Revolut, and Delivery Hero – Daniil Danilov, a London School of…

Inside the LSE Rent Strike

Reporting by Jack Beeching Across the country, students are angry. Having been encouraged to move into university accommodation with promises of ‘hybrid’ teaching and a relatively uncompromised experience, they have instead found themselves in cramped halls with lacklustre support from…

Journos, hacks and nosey bastards: why journalism is the career for you

By Alex Jones, Deputy Editor at the Orbital, Royal Holloway’s student magazine The world of student journalism is hard-working, weird, and rewarding in equal measure. It has been described, by a disgruntled editor with their back up against a print…

A letter from Roar: my experience with student journalism

By Tara Sahgal, Editor in Chief of Roar, King’s College London student newspaper From one student to another, KCL-LSE backgrounds aside: being a journalist at university is a daunting task. As a journalist, you feel responsible for ensuring that students…

Career diversity in marketing and communication

(C) LSE Careers By Anna Leigh Today the media is an inescapable and ingrained force in our society. Whether it’s on your cell phone, advertisements in the tube, or even LSE’s own branding, you are consuming content nonstop throughout your…