Category Social Events

Grimshaw Trips Organisers Meeting

On Thursday the 19th of October, the Grimshaw Club is holding an introduction for anyone interested in organising an overseas trip as part of the 2018 Grimshaw Trip series. The trips are famous both in and outside of LSE, and are ran with the support of the International Relations Department. They are an opportunity to […]

Grimshaw Coffee Morning with Dr. Brian Klaas

Join us on Wednesday, November 16, 2016 from 10 – 11 am for a Coffee Morning with Dr. Brian Klaas on ‘The West and the Decline of Democracy’ . The Grimshaw Club’s famous coffee mornings are back! To start off the year, we are thrilled to be joined by Dr. Brian Klaas, a fellow in […]

Top Tips on TTIP with Prof Andrew Lang: Reflections on the current state of economic diplomacy

by Jiahui Quek Last Thursday, we had a coffee morning discussion with Professor Andrew Lang from LSE’s Law Department regarding the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and other issues related to the current state of economic diplomacy. TTIP is a mega regional trade agreement that is currently being negotiated between the US and EU, […]

Turkey: Student Delegation

  Turkey is a fascinating country and its position in the Middle East has long been distinct, symbolically linking Europe to Asia geographically, its broader position in the region reflects this fact and Turkey maintains strong ties to Europe and NATO whilst simultaneously inextricably linked to the situation in MENA. This student delegation will be […]

Israel: Student Delegation

Israel is Trip leaders: Robin Kunst and Lucrezia Raggio Estimated dates: 4th April – 11th April Estimated cost: £600-650 Provisional Itinerary Monday, 4th April 2016. 10:55 Departure from LCY Airport 23:00 Arrival in Tel Aviv (the flight will include one layover in Rome FCO Airport) – Group leaves and goes to the hotel Tuesday, 5th […]

Serbia: Student Delegation

  Situated in the middle of the Balkans, Serbia has lived through events such as the rule of the Ottoman Empire, the outbreak of the First World War, Communist rule, the violent breakup of Yugoslavia and NATO’s bombing campaign in 1999. Today it remains a key player in a number of important international issues. This […]

Geneva: Student Delegation

  The Swiss city of Geneva is situated on the shores of Europe’s largest Alpine lake and is bordered by the French Alps and the Jura Mountains. It is known for its cosmopolitanism, with 40% of its population coming from outside Switzerland. It is also famous for being a global city of democracy and is […]