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).
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.
After the Graduation ceremony of MSc Management Science, the last academic year with Decision Science in the programme. December 13th, 2017, in front of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, Sheffield Street