LSE Reunion in London: Classes 1959 and earlier

Join your friends and former classmates in celebrating the 2013 reunion for the graduating classes of 1959 and earlier.

Tuesday 21 May 2013

The Alumni Relations team is delighted to announce that the alumni reunion for the graduating classes of 1959 and earlier will be held on Tuesday 21 May 2013.

The reunion is a perfect opportunity for you to:

Reconnect with the LSE community and find out about the School's current and future developments. You will also hear from the School's director, Professor Craig Calhoun, and from members of the thriving Students' Union.

Reunite with former classmates and old friends from your time at LSE.

Rediscover the joys of learning, engage in debates and discussions with your fellow alumni and current LSE academics on the topical issues challenging our world today.

Book your place now using the online booking form*

Get Involved
If you would like to get involved with the reunion we would love to hear from you. Whether it's helping us develop an exciting and simulating programme or acting as a voice for the reunion by letting your friends know. Get involved by contacting us on

If you have any questions about the reunion or the events programme, please contact us on or +44 (0)20 7955 7050.



Registration (£25)

Lower ground floor, New Academic Building
Collect your Welcome pack and ask the alumni relations team any questions about your reunion
LSE100: Understanding the causes of things

Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Attend a lecture by Professor Danny Quah focusing on the global financial crisis. This is part of the innovative new LSE100 course which introduces the fundamentals of thinking as a social scientist to undergraduate students
Lunch (£35)

Shaw Library, 6th floor, Old Building

Reminisce over lunch and drinks in the surroundings of the Shaw Library.

Tours of the School

LSE Campus
Current students provide tours of the campus – see how the School has evolved and visit familiar landmarks from your own days as a student.
Drop-in tea break with the Students’ Union and current LSE students

Shaw Library, 6th floor, Old Building
Hear from current students, staff and academics about life at the School today and how you can play a part in the future of LSE.
LSE Archive
You will be guided through select items from the School archives – including copies of The Beaver and LSE Magazine.
Tea Dance

Senior Dining room, 5th floor, Old Building
We are delighted to invite you to an early evening tea dance in the Old Building, led by a jazz band, to conclude your reunion celebrations.