AFLSE National Newsletter for July

One of the AFLSE's most successful programs is the Bon Voyage series of summer events:  students accepted for study at the LSE for the next academic year are invited to meet those with experience of living and studying in London, and to network with others about to start on the same adventure.  Washington, DC, Boston and San Francisco Chapters have scheduled their events for July 11, July 17 and July 22.  Sign up to welcome and advise our future alumni, and introduce them to the AFLSE (see below).

Also in July:  Boston's Leadership Luncheon on July 1, will feature a speaker on climate change and renewable energy, on the 14th, Boston will host Piers Ludlow from the LSE for a talk on the TransAtlantic Dialogue, 1945-1990, and a family picnic will be held on July 18;  in New York City, the LSE will host a Breakfast Round Table, featuring Francesca Klug, Director of the Human Rights Futures Project, on July 16;  in Washington, DC on July 23, alumnae/i are invited to the Women's Foreign Policy Group Luncheon, featuring Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand;  in Los Angeles, a group of Consuls General will gather for a forum on International Reaction to the Obama Revolution on July 30, and for those who developed an appreciation of cricket, alums from Imperial College and the LSE will gather for a cricket match in San Francisco on July 12.

LOGIN to to sign up for these and a range of "happy hours" and other events that are regularly posted.  While you are online be sure to make your tax-deductible contribution to the LSE's Annual Fund?  Just click on the link on the HOME page to benefit both the LSE and the AFLSE.

AFLSE Boston: Leadership Luncheon
Wednesday, 07/1/09 at 3:00pm
Please join fellow LSE alumni and friends at our next Leadership Luncheon in the Board-O Room of the Park Square Legal Sea Foods.

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AFLSE Washington, DC: Bon Voyage Garden Party
Saturday, 07/11/09 at 7:00pm

All incoming bachelor's, master's, Ph.D., and general course students, and their parents, are invited to mix and mingle, and meet with local LSE alumni.

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San Francisco: Cricket, anyone?
Sunday, 07/12/09 at 3:00pm

Feeling nostalgic for a bit of Blighty? Then please join us in a fun-filled day of cricket!

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AFLSE Boston: Luncheon Discussion with LSE Senior Lecturer N. Piers Ludlow
Wednesday, 07/15/09 at 3:00pm

Please join fellow LSE alumni and friends in a lively discussion led by Dr. Ludlow on "Finding Europe's telephone number: the evolving nature of Transatlantic dialogue, 1945-1990"

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New York City: Breakfast Round Table
Thursday, 07/16/09 at 11:00am

The London School of Economics Cordially invites you to A Breakfast Round Table featuring Francesca Klug, Professorial Research Fellow and Director of the Human Rights Futures Project.

Topic: Who Needs A Bill of Rights?

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AFLSE Boston: Bon Voyage Reception 2009
Friday, 07/17/09 at 9:00pm

Join us at the British Consulate General to welcome new students on their way to London.

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AFLSE Boston: Family Picnic
Saturday, 07/18/09 at 3:00pm

This is the perfect time for the entire family to meet fellow alumni and friends, including visiting lecturer Piers Ludlow and his family.

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AFLSE San Francisco: Bon Voyage Party 2009
Wednesday, 07/22/09 at 9:30pm

All alumni are invited to join us for our Annual Bon Voyage Party, as we congratulate and send off the LSE's new students of 2009.

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Washington, DC: Women's Foreign Policy Group Luncheon - Helen Clark, UNDP Administrator
Thursday, 07/23/09 at 3:00pm
The Women's Foreign Policy Group cordially invites LSE alumni to their Women in Power Luncheon Series.

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Los Angeles: International Reactions to the Obama Revolution
Thursday, 07/30/09 at 9:30pm

AFLSE and the International Visitors Council welcome you to attend a presentation with Consul Generals from around the world as we discuss International Reactions to the Obama Revolution.

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