December LSE Alum activities

Seasons Greetings to one and all.  The weather in LA is certainly reminding us of the aluma mater.  Please join us for holiday fun.  We look forward to seeing you at our December events and during the coming year.  Thank you to all those who have participated in the events we organised this year.  Surely the greatest pleasure of serving as co-chairs of the Los Angeles AFLSE chapter is the many friendships we have made among you.  Thank you for helping to make 2011 a bright and engaging year.  We look forward to continuing with a fantastic line-up of events for the coming year.

Wishing you and yours all the very best for a wonderful holiday season and a prosperous, healthy and happy new year.

Mansi and Elizabeth

AFLSE Los Angeles: Family-Friendly Santa Brunch
Saturday, 12/17/11 at 1:00pm
LSE alumni are invited to a family-friendly Santa Brunch at LA Chapter Co-Leader's house in the Hollywood Hills.

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American Selected to Head LSE
Thursday, 11/24/11 at 4:02am
Professor Craig Calhoun, currently a professor at New York University, is a leading social scientist and public intellectual.

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Los Angeles: 2011 All-MBA Annual Holiday Party
Wednesday, 12/7/11 at 9:30pm
All Los Angeles-area alumni from LSE, Kellogg, HBS, Haas, Columbia, LBS, MIT Sloan, NYU Stern, Stanford, and Wharton are invited to attend the Kellogg Alumni Club of Los Angeles annual Holiday Party.

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Career and Networking Contacts List
Friday, 01/1/16 at 8:00pm
Please find a list of alumni who have volunteered to serve as points of contact for careers in their companies.... (a current AFLSE membership is required to view the list)

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DISCOUNT: The Economist subscription
AFLSE Members can subscribe for one year for $142.

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Lord Woolf Inquiry Published
Wednesday, 11/30/11 at 3:00am
The Council of LSE published the Lord Woolf Inquiry into LSE links with Libya. It also announced the results of an inquiry by the University of London into alleged academic misconduct by Saif Gaddafi.

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