British Consulate Receptions in Denver, Chicago, and other events

AFLSE Chapters are offering a great program of events for February.

Invitations are being sent to LSE alumni for a receptions, hosted by the British Consul in Denver, Co on February 2, and the Chicago Consul-General on February 9. Security requires that RSVPs are received before these events so be sure to respond promptly.

In addition, there is a book presentation by Chris Patten, former Governor of Hong Kong and Chancellor of Oxford University, in San Francisco on January 30; alumna Elizabeth Brownstein will discuss her work on Abraham Lincoln on February 1, an Alumni Mixer has been organized for Houston on February 20, and monthly Happy Hours continue in New York and Washington (see below).

Support your chapter leaders and the events they are organizing on your behalf - and ensure that your AFLSE membership is up-to-date at

San Francisco: Book Discussion
Monday, 01/30/06 at 6:00pm

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Washington, DC: Book Presentation
Wednesday, 10/11/06 at 10:00am

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Denver: British Consulate Reception
Thursday, 02/2/06 at 5:30pm

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New York City: LSE Seven O'clock Club
Monday, 02/6/06 at 7:00pm
Come join us for our monthly networking mixer!

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Chicago: Reception at Residence of British Consul General
Thursday, 02/9/06 at 5:30pm

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Washington, DC: Happy Hour
Thursday, 02/15/07 at 6:30pm

Happy hours are an informal way to network and meet local fellow AFLSE alums!

AFLSE members, friends, recent grads, and future students are all welcome!

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Houston: LSE Alumni Mixer
Monday, 06/26/06 at 6:00pm
Meet old LSE grads, new members and future students in an authentic British pub environment.

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