Date: Thursday 20 March 2014
Venue: The Venue, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Speaker: Daniel Finkelstein @Dannythefink
To mark the completion of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, the first brand new building on campus for more than 40 years, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and the LSE Students’ Union have organised a series of ‘in conversation’ events with some of the School's distinguished alumni. These events will take place in the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre and will be open to LSE students, alumni and staff.
This event will see Daniel Finkelstein in conversation with Jay Stoll.
Daniel Finklestein is a weekly columnist, leader writer and associate editor of The Times. Before joining the paper in 2001, he was adviser to both Prime Minister John Major and Conservative leader William Hague. Daniel was named Political Commentator of the Year at the Editorial Intelligence Comment Awards 2010, 2011 and 2013. He graduated from LSE with a BSc in Economics.
Jay Stoll is the general secretary of the LSE Students' Union, the primary representative of LSE students to the university, the media and the wider world. He graduated from LSE in 2013 with a BSc in International Relations and History.
After the conversation there will be the opportunity for the audience to put their questions to the speaker in the Q&A session. A free drinks reception will follow the event giving the audience a chance to meet the speaker.
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This event is open to LSE students, staff and alumni however a ticket is required. Tickets will be available to request after 6pm on Wednesday 12 March until at least 12noon on Thursday 13 March.
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