Journalists usually try to be observers, but recently something has changed. We now increasingly see journalists living the story rather than just telling it. In this film LSE’s Professor Charlie Beckett looks at how news reporting is changing.
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Ashley Antonio Otu
Ashley Antonio Otu
Support for asylum seekers drops when countries realise the impact on their own populations, new research from Dr Dominik Hangartner shows:
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Support for asylum seekers drops when countries realise the impact on their

Europeans back allocation of asylum seekers proportionally, study finds | UK news | The Guardian

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What is Mayor of London Sadiq Khan's vision for future regeneration, urban design and planning in London? At this one-off event the Mayor will describe what good growth will mean for London and Londoners, and how he intends to work with developers, architects, planners, local authorities and communities to deliver it.

You can get the inside story at his free LSE public lecture on Monday 10...
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What is Mayor of London Sadiq Khans vision for future regeneration urban

Good Growth by Design – A Vision for London

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Mahama Alhaji Dawuda
Cecile Nicole
Armin Osmanović
‘Write every day!... Write first, edit later… Shut up and write!’
Read more from LSE Review of Books
‘Write every day Write first edit later… Shut up and write’

Book Review: Air & Light & Time & Space: How Successful Academics Write by Helen Sword

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How can you make the most of an Open Day? LSE student ambassadors give their tips.
Arman Khan
Vinod Paul Raj
Saajan Keshwala
Join us on Thursday as Edward Llewellyn, newly installed UK Ambassador in Paris and former Chief of Staff for David Cameron, will reflect on Anglo-French relations in the first Maurice Fraser Memorial Lecture
Join us on Thursday as Edward Llewellyn newly installed UK Ambassador in

Britain and France

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Coming along to our Undergraduate Open Day on 6 July?

Make sure you check out the info on the preparing for an open day page and the programme to make sure you make it to the talks and info stands you're interested in.
Coming along to our Undergraduate Open Day on 6 July

Preparing for an Open Day

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Under 35? Got something to say about Brexit?

Generation Brexit is an exciting new public engagement project based at the LSE European Institute that intends to make youth voices heard in the Brexit negotiations. Generation Brexit will crowdsource a millennial cohort vision for the future relationship between the UK and the EU. Sign up now! generationbrexit.org
Under 35 Got something to say about Brexit
Andy Yau
Come along to LSE on Thursday 29 June to hear from Edward Llewellyn, UK Ambassador in Paris and former Chief of Staff for David Cameron. He will reflect on Anglo-French relations in this free public event hosted by LSE's European Institute.
Come along to LSE on Thursday 29 June to hear from Edward

Britain and France

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Contra Informação
Mahama Alhaji Dawuda
Emma Karam-Leder
A little piece of Sunday trivia... did you know that Muhammad Ali once visited LSE?
A little piece of Sunday trivia did you know that Muhammad Ali once visited LSE

Muhammad Ali at LSE, 10 October 1971

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Darla St Clair Sycamore
Jackie Ballard
Brian Grant
Eid Mubarak to all of our students, staff and alumni who are celebrating today #partofLSE
Eid Mubarak to all of our students staff and alumni who are celebrating today partofLSE
Abra VivoVivo
Ariosto Matus
Nor Azizuddin Abdul Manan I
Did you know that LSE is home to a beehive?! Check out our Instagram for more photos from around campus
Did you know that LSE is home to a beehive Check out

Instagram post by London School of Economics • Jun 21, 2017 at 4:11pm UTC

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Matt Kuppers
Under 35? Got something to say about Brexit?

Generation Brexit is an exciting new public engagement project based at the LSE European Institute that intends to make youth voices heard in the Brexit negotiations. Generation Brexit will crowdsource a millennial cohort vision for the future relationship between the UK and the EU. Sign up now! generationbrexit.org
Under 35 Got something to say about Brexit
Under 35? Got something to say about Brexit?

Generation Brexit is an exciting new public engagement project based at the LSE European Institute that intends to make youth voices heard in the Brexit negotiations. Generation Brexit will crowdsource a millennial cohort vision for the future relationship between the UK and the EU. Sign up now! generationbrexit.org
Under 35 Got something to say about Brexit
"Twelve months after the historic referendum, the majority of Leavers and Remainers stand by their vote, but there is still a lack of clarity over what Brexit means".
Watch LSE Fellow Dr Maria X. Chen's interview with Sky News this morning: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Twelve months after the historic referendum the majority of Leavers and Remainers

'Lack of clarity over Brexit'

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Kiran Mehta
"Our departmental staff and the PhD community are super supportive - you can fully focus on research."

PhD student Yajing Zhu shares her experiences of life at LSE and gives her advice on how to keep stress levels down whilst studying.
Our departmental staff and the PhD community are super supportive you can

Q&A with Yajing Zhu

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Mahama Alhaji Dawuda
On the first anniversary of the EU referendum vote, who has the upper hand in Brexit negotiations? Listen to Tony Travers' view in latest #LSENewsroom video
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On the first anniversary of the EU referendum vote who has the

Theresa May shows weakest hand on anniversary of Brexit vote

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Harry Sysum
LSE announces new Department of Health Policy, headed by Prof Elias Mossialos
LSE announces new Department of Health Policy headed by Prof Elias Mossialos

LSE announces new Department of Health Policy

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Phua Kai Hong
Avie Hochberg
Sana Bint Yossif