Podcasts

LSE Limelight #28: David Gordon’s year as Gen-Sec

“LSE students have this ability to just be so brilliant. Being in the SU, I am not part of that thing that is excellent. I am sort of off to the side, on top, not quite engaged in it, which…

The LSE Starter Pack #6: Seeking Support

“I think there is a tendency for people at LSE to suffer with their mental health but think they’re not bad enough to seek support, and that’s really not the case. If in any way your mental health is affecting…

We Know the End #6: The End – “A Footnote in 2020”

“What a way to kick off the decade, right?”   Welcome to the final chapter of We Know The End, presented and produced by Judah Abraham-Silas and Luis Campos Ferreira.  In this episode, we look back at 2020 one last time…

We Know The End #5: Heroes and Villains – “Three-piece neon suit”

“Even with the whole world on fire, you’re still up to your antics? Even Satan rests.” In this chapter, we look back at some of the heroes and villains of 2020, and think about the people who made this year…

LSE Limelight #27: The Circular Economy Society

“Everything in nature is circular. In nature there are just no linear systems because everything is kind of feeding on each other, and there’s just no waste. The circular economy is really taking nature as an example and then just…

Grimshaw Speakers #13: Conversation with Mitch Hayes

In this episode of Grimshaw Speakers we were joined by Mitch Hayes, former Msc IPE student at LSE and founder of the ‘China Signal’.  Mitch walks us through the characteristics of the Sino-Latin America relationship, explains why it has become…

The Last Dam Word #7: Pride

“On the behalf of Beaver Sound, we do not condone or support RuPaul’s fracking practices.” This month, The Last Dam Word is back with new hosts! For our first episode, we talk about the gay awakening cartoons, TV shows, and…

Guftagu #6: Dating within South Asian communities

“A family friend of mine once said “But Inayah, you shouldn’t forget the fact that you’re Pakistani then and that there’s a way of doing things”. Perhaps, what I thought was normal to conduct myself in the dating atmosphere was…

Pride #3: The Gay Liberation Front at LSE

“Archives are raw history in a sense. They record an event at a certain time. And it’s only when you look back that you can interpret it … but archives are the raw face of history.” In this episode of…

Grimshaw Speakers #12: Evening Conversation with Robert Vitalis

In our most recent event we were joined by Robert Vitalis, a Professor at the University of Pennsylvania and author of “White World Order, Black Black Power Politics: the birth of American International Relations”. We discussed his most recent book…