LSE Limelight #17: Opposite time zones in LSE’s virtual campus

“I guess it would’ve been so nice just to have the sunny LSE campus that we have during exam period, where everyone’s stressed but we’re all together and we all go sit in a park and complain and then we go back to work. ” – Emma Guitera

In this episode, we talk to Emma Guitera, a third-year studying International Relations, about engaging with LSE’s virtual campus with a big-time zone difference. We discuss assessments, dissertations, and how students and groups are staying connected with each other online.

Presented and produced by Angbeen Abbas. 

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