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What’s on Your Desk? Part III

By Bryan Ling Another week or so, another nail biting analysis of LSE profs, their desks, and what the first have on the second. Dr Jo Murkens, Department of Law (LL106, LL4Z6) B: What’s one item on your desk that…

What’s on Your Desk? Part II

By Bryan Ling The second entry in our ongoingly breathless coverage of LSE professors and what’s on their desks. Dr James Abdey, Department of Statistics (ST102) B: What’s one item on your desk that you couldn’t go without?  The second…

A Comprehensive Guide to Losing Money on the Stock Market

By Alan Philip “Should I invest in GameStop?” “I have absolutely no idea, mate.” “You’re at LSE, I thought you were meant to know about stocks and investing?” Alright, steady on. Clearly my friend from home thinks that LSE students…

sexual-groundworks.talk

When I talk about sex, I’ve always found it hard to strike the balance between frankness, sincerity, and discretion. In high school, for instance, a friend and I had an absurd ritual where we’d greet each other by shouting “Sex?”…

sexual-groundworks.pride (ep.3)

As a continental European, I first understood what it means to be proud when I spent my tenth year of school abroad in Scotland. The Scots are a proud people—proud of their beautiful country, proud of their age-old dislike of…

sexual-groundworks.definitions

It’s nothing new that sex makes for a great conversation topic. People love chatting, gossiping, and joking about it. In fact, every other sitcom is based on the premise that people enjoy sex talk. Take as evidence LSELove, the Beaver’s…

Sexual Groundworks: Pilot

It’s Friday, I’m on a night out. A fellow dancer and I have been flirting for most of the evening, and it’s clear that the laws of student clubbing demand a one-night stand. There’s a well-known script for scenarios like…