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LSE Connect

Welcome to the online version of LSE Connect, LSE’s alumni magazine

LSE Connect is published in June and December and mailed free of charge to over 100,000 LSE alumni worldwide. The magazine is also read by current and prospective students, current and former staff, visitors and friends of the School.

Summer 2015

LSE Connect summer 2015

To read the current issue of LSE Connect online, click the magazine cover on the right or read the main articles below. If you prefer, you can download a full PDF of LSE Connect Summer 2015, or individual articles below, for personal use.

Features

What did the Coalition really do for us?

What did the Coalition really do for us?

John Hills analyses the impact of the last UK government.

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Crowdsourcing the constitution

Crowdsourcing the constitution

Eight hundred years on, is it time for a new Magna Carta? Daniel Regan reports on the views of the British public and alumnus Hamid Ghany offers a viewpoint from the Commonwealth Caribbean.

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A political revolution

A political revolution

Tony Travers discusses the British general election's shock result.

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The economics of Ebola

The economics of Ebola

Rachel Glennerster and Eric Werker assess the economic impacts of Ebola and Syerramia Willoughby shares the moment when a distant tragedy became a very personal one.

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The social network

The social network

Are the benefits of the digital age really reaching the kids? Sonia Livingstone describes the findings of the Class Project.

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More than words

More than words

Images, sounds and movement can offer new ways of communicating about pain, argues Jen Tarr.

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Knowing causes, effecting change

Knowing causes, effecting change

How does LSE research contribute to the wider world? Jess Winterstein highlights some case studies.

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Regulars

LSE and me: alumna Arminka Helic

LSE and me: Arminka Helic

Arminka Helic (MSc International History 1996) had no interest in politics until war broke out in her homeland, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and she found her passion for English literature replaced by a desire to help stop the bloodshed.

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Alumni at Large: social entrepreneur Scott Gilmore

Alumni at large: social entrepreneur Scott Gilmore

Via the Canadian Foreign Service and a UN peacekeeping mission in Timor-Leste, Scott Gilmore (MSc International History 1996) is the creator of Building Markets, a social initiative championing local entrepreneurs in developing countries.

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Also included in the print edition of LSE Connect:

Headline news
Timeline Tasters: Sue Donnelly shares highlights from LSE's History blog
Campus: Ghosts of the Past
LSE icons: from our picture archives
News
Research update
Letters
Student life
Alumni: news, events, reunions, group activities
Philanthropy: how you've helped
Class notes
Volunteering: Q&A with alumnus Nick O'Shea
Obituaries
Books

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