About Halls Life

By Halls

Posted 1 year ago

To help students make the most of your time at LSE

Halls Life gives you a helping hand with all the things you will want and need to know throughout university life — from study tips and career advice, to recipes and student blogs. We're here to help you have the best experience possible whilst living with LSE.

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Navigating your way around

We have separated all this great content into easy-to-understand categories, with drop-downs for more specifically themed pages.

1. About covers all the basics (including this very article) and is where you can find:

  • Meet the teams
  • Contact us
  • Job

2. Your Hall includes all key information relevant to living in halls:

  • A dedicated page specific to your hall
  • How to do your laundry
  • Travel information and maps
  • Things you should bring (and things you shouldn't bring)

3. Wellbeing gives you information and tips to help take care of yourself at uni:

  • Exam tips
  • Sport
  • Support and tips

4. Living in London provides inside information about living in the city:

  • Tips for staying safe
  • The best places to shop
  • Recommendations for day trips

5. Food outlines all the places across the University that serve great food, including things like opening times and specialities. It also includes the Weekly Menus for Bankside, Carr-Saunders, Passfield and Rosebery.

6. Sustainability is the home of everything we're doing to help the planet and how you can do your part too:

  • Halls initiatives
  • Student marketplace
  • Sustainable living

7. Events is where you'll find all the activities and events you can get involved with. Keep checking back to see what's coming up in the calendar!

Over the course of the year, all these sections will be developed and added to, so you're always getting the most relevant up-to-date information.

Get involved!

Halls Life is all about YOU! If there's content you want to see, then let us know.

We also want our residents' voices to be heard. We're happy to publish student blogs, meaning you can share your university experience with your fellow students and hear all about theirs — plus it looks great on your CV.

If you'd like to get involved: