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Andrew Grant

Personal author: Grant, Andrew

Photograph from page 2 of the Sunday Times in 1989. We formed a campaign for degrees in order to bring an end to dispute dispute between the government and the Association of university teachers which threatened to disrupt the setting and marking of exams in that year. I am at the front in glasses. Also featured in the photograph in the background on the right is Michiel van Hulton he went on to become a Dutch MEP and leader of the Dutch Labour Party. I studied monetary economics between 1986 and 1999 and Chris Pissarides was my tutor.

Anna Bruvere

Personal author: Bruvere, Anna

September 2020 At the Globe, coming to campus for the first time

Biqi Gao

Personal author: Gao, Biqi

I went to LSE in 2013 for a graduate study in social policy and graduated from the School with a Master of Science in Development and Social Policy a year later. Being a student of LSE provided me a great opportunity to see the world and to learn more about social policies from my excellent lecturers and fellow students from all over the world. One of my most impressive memory of life in LSE was the department trip to Cumberland Lodge in January 2014. We worked in groups on researching and making policies on different subjects, such as education, traffic problem, public health, etc. It was a wonderful memory of discussing and presenting opinions on police-making with my intelligent group members, as well as an unforgettable memory of a weekend in the beautiful Windsor Great Park. In LSE, the courses I took on health, gender and social welfare, reshaped my understanding of social development, and then contributed to my career in public sector in my home country. Now I'm working for a institution that provides in-service education for schoolteachers from rural areas of China, which helps them to be accessible to more advanced teaching resources, and may finally contribute to improving the education levels of rural areas. It is my experience in LSE that inspires me to work for better education for teachers, and to keep on working even harder in the future.

Carlos Alexandre Rocha

Personal author: Rocha, Carlos Alexandre

Econ Grad Students near The Castle, Rochester (11/03/2000): Juan Colon Bolea, Alberto Salvo-Farre, Carlos Alexandre Rocha, Fernando Cabello-Astolfi, Ramon Padilla-Perez, Fernando Lelo De Larrea and Xabier Irastorza.

Carlos Alexandre Rocha

Personal author: Rocha, Carlos Alexandre

Econ Grad Students, end of course farewell (09/06/2000): Joao Nicolau, Michael Heningsen, Elisa Muzzini, Carlos Alexandre Rocha, Peter Rindfleisch, Athanassios Athanassopoulos, Federica Maiorano, Nicola Curci, Nicolas Leten, Nicolas Echevarria Vilchez and Giuliano De Rossi.

Carlos Alexandre Rocha

Personal author: Rocha, Carlos Alexandre

Econ grad students at LSE dining hall (10/12/1999): Claudia Quintela (Portuguese), Guilherme Fagundes (Brazilian), Alexandre Rocha (Brazilian), Alberto Salvo-Farre (Brazilian), Leonardo Cohen (Brazilian) and Sebastijan Hrovatin (Slovene).

Carlos Alexandre Rocha

Personal author: Rocha, Carlos Alexandre

Grad Students at Bankside House (04/02/2000): Mauricio Cordova, Javier Parysow, Carlos Alexandre Rocha and Elisa Muzzini.

Carlos Alexandre Rocha

Personal author: Rocha, Carlos Alexandre

Brazilian grad students at LSE Old Building (28/02/2000): Caio Leonardo Bessa, Lior Pinsky, Alexandre Rocha, Gustavo Cocentino, Debora Visconte, Silvia Naschenveng and Rogerio Teixeira dos Santos.

Carlos Lejnieks

Personal author: Lejnieks, Carlos

A proud graduation moment (MSc, 2004) with my mother and me in front of the East Building.

Celebrating our 125th anniversary: memories of LSE from our community

As part of our 125th anniversary celebrations in the 2020/21 academic year, we asked the LSE community to get in touch and share their photos and memories.
Students, alumni and LSE staff members were all invited to make a permanent contribution to the history of the School, for our Digital Library.
This collection spans multiple decades and features photographs from our community, showcasing personal milestones as well as important cultural moments at LSE.

David Coles

Personal author: Coles, David

In 2014 the Tower of London hosted "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" which was the moat filled with poppies, representing soldiers that had died in World War 1. Hundreds of volunteers helped build the memorial in the spring of 2014 and then take it down in autumn. As the Volunteer Centre Manager I took 60+ students and staff over two days to help take down the installation. It was a truly remarkable experience standing in the moat of the Tower of London and the student volunteers did a fantastic job. They even built a small production line to make the process more efficient! It's one of my favourite memories from my time working at LSE.

Dhruv Washishth

Personal author: Washishth, Dhruv

Speaking at the Lord Beveridge festival in 2017 at the NAB.

Ezra Friedman

Personal author: Friedman, Ezra

Graduation Day December 21, 2019. MSc International Relations. A group of close friends from a diverse background and nationalities.

Georgy Krupenin

Personal author: Krupenin, Georgy

Executive education course "fixed income" November 2019

Gregory Sullivan

Personal author: Sullivan, Gregory

Heading to the George IV pub after handing in our dissertations! (September 2004)

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