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LSE Connect winter 2015

Winter 2015

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.

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

Shooting for the moon

Shooting for the moon

Richard Layard calls for all major countries to join the Global Apollo Programme to tackle climate change.

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Voices above the parapet

Voices above the parapet

What do powerful women in public life say about their journey to the top? Purna Sen and Jade Cochran talked to leaders from across six continents.

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The rising tide

The rising tide

Inequality: Thomas Piketty talks to Mike Savage about the growing gulf between rich and poor.

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Apples of discord

Apples of discord

David Cadier shines a light on the domestic political objectives behind Russia's foreign policy.

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Changing faces

Changing faces

Comic books are casting aside old stereotypes. Can diversity among superheroes help fight prejudice? Maria Norris answers our questions.

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Slaves to the machine?

Slaves to the machine?

Why do so many of us feel pressed for time? Is the pace of life really faster? Judy Wajcman examines the role of technology in our lives.

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Laying foundations

Laying the foundations

From "odd adventure" to world-leading institution, Michael Cox reflects on 120 years of LSE.

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LSE and me

LSE and me: Virginia Beardshaw

Virginia Beardshaw always wanted to be an action researcher. Here she reflects on how LSE nurtured her interests and led to a career focused on effecting real-world change. 

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Timeline Tasters: Sue Donnelly shares highlights from LSE's History blog
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News
Student life
Research update
Letters
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