Banoffee Pie, Anyone? AFLSE Boston Chapter August Events.

Join us at the British Consulate-General on Monday, 4 August to welcome incoming LSE students, renew old acquaintances, and make new friends at the annual Bon Voyage Reception.  From 6-8 p.m. we are serving traditional British favorites, so if you've been pining away for something email no later than Friday 1 August, and we'll see what we can do to fulfill your craving. Make sure you register in advance for the reception, and bring a photo ID.

Reserve your place in the wine cellar for Thursday, 28 August.   In addition to being surrounded by fine wines, cool air, and entertaining companions, we have managed to convince Professor Michael Cox to sneak away from his conference and join us for lunch. We'll be talking about a wide range of topics, including the "special relationship", and the different ways in which the UK and US have approached global terrorism and homeland security. You can get more information and register online here.

Don't forget to book your place for the next Leadership Luncheon, as well. On Wednesday 3 September we'll have our annual brainstorming session, so make sure to pencil it in and come armed (headed?) with lots of ideas, suggestions, and connections. Reserve in advance to guarantee your seat - and a good discount on your lunch.

Contact us by email to - we always look forward to your suggestions, ideas, and questions!  

AFLSE Boston: New LSE Student Bon Voyage
Monday, 08/4/08 at 6:00pm

"From London to London."

Please join fellow alumni and friends to send New England LSE students off to London, with a lively reception and beautiful view at the British Consulate-General.

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AFLSE Boston: Lunch with LSE Professor Michael Cox
Thursday, 08/28/08 at 1:00pm

Topic: UK/US Approaches to Global Terrorism and more IDEAS

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AFLSE Boston: Leadership Luncheons
Wednesday, 09/3/08 at 12:00pm

Please join your fellow LSE Alumni at our LSE Leadership Lunches, on the first Wednesday of each month.

They offer great food, stimulating conversation, and great networking opportunities.

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