Breaking the bias: Women’s Rights Week at LSE 
Breaking the bias: Women’s Rights Week at LSE 

Breaking the bias: Women’s Rights Week at LSE 

admin_beaver April 24, 2022 Featured Features Frontside 0

By Natasha Porter Picture credit: LSESU The 8th of March marked International Women’s Day, with celebrations taking place around the world to highlight the achievements of women. Here at LSE, it signified the peak of LSE's first Women’s Rights Week, a series of events aimed

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The Democracy Review is building a better SU for all of us
The Democracy Review is building a better SU for all of us

The Democracy Review is building a better SU for all of us

Angbeen Abbas April 10, 2022 Features 0

When it comes to SU governance, I’m a bit of a sceptic. In the past three years of covering SU news in some capacity or the other, I still don’t know what the SU is really meant to accomplish apart from helping societies run events

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“We’re not powerless”: Postgraduate students want you to withhold Summer term fees
“We’re not powerless”: Postgraduate students want you to withhold Summer term fees

“We’re not powerless”: Postgraduate students want you to withhold Summer term fees

Beatriz Silva April 1, 2022 Features Frontside 0

By Beatriz Silva On the afternoon of Thursday 31 March, a banner in blue capital letters reading ‘Fee Strike Now’ was displayed on the staircase of the LSE Library. The banner was placed by a group of postgraduate students from the Government department, as members

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An alleged 25% pay cut and other problems of striking
An alleged 25% pay cut and other problems of striking

An alleged 25% pay cut and other problems of striking

Jack Beeching March 31, 2022 Features Uncategorized 0

by Alan Nemirovski and Sachin Jhangiani Picture via @LSE_UCU In February, members of the University and College Union (UCU) at LSE went on strike. The Beaver covered their reasons for striking last term. This time, we spoke to academics, PhD students, and UCU representatives to

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‘My feelings didn’t matter’: how LSE failed a survivor of sexual assault
‘My feelings didn’t matter’: how LSE failed a survivor of sexual assault

‘My feelings didn’t matter’: how LSE failed a survivor of sexual assault

admin_beaver March 30, 2022 Featured Features Frontside 0

Trigger warning: rape and suicide / by Lily Shield-Polyzoides

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Meet the Candidates 2022 – Community and Welfare Officer
Meet the Candidates 2022 – Community and Welfare Officer

Meet the Candidates 2022 – Community and Welfare Officer

Bora Bayram March 21, 2022 Featured Features Frontside 0

As election season rolls around again, the big sabbatical officer positions next year are up for grabs. To help students make better sense of the SU elections, The Beaver talked to candidates to find out why we should vote for them.   Polls open on Monday

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Meet the Candidates 2022 – Activities and Development Officer
Meet the Candidates 2022 – Activities and Development Officer

Meet the Candidates 2022 – Activities and Development Officer

Bora Bayram March 21, 2022 Featured Features Frontside 0

As election season rolls around again, the big sabbatical officer positions next year are up for grabs. To help students make better sense of the SU elections, The Beaver talked to candidates to find out why we should vote for them.   Polls open on Monday

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Meet the Candidates 2022 – Education Officer
Meet the Candidates 2022 – Education Officer

Meet the Candidates 2022 – Education Officer

Bora Bayram March 21, 2022 Featured Features Frontside 0

As election season rolls around again, the big sabbatical officer positions next year are up for grabs. To help students make better sense of the SU elections, The Beaver talked to candidates to find out why we should vote for them.   Polls open on Monday

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