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LSST Students: 2021 will be challenging but there is still hope!
by Connect Admin - Tuesday, 12 January 2021, 1:11 PM

As we cautiously enter 2021, the task of overcoming the coronavirus spectre continues to stand before us. But 2020, a year like no other, has crafted opportunities for hope and aspiration for LSST’s students. More details

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LSST takes over former BBC building to open 2nd Luton campus to students
by fahim hasan - Wednesday, 28 October 2020, 11:23 AM

LSST opens the doors to its second campus in Luton – and sixth in fleet – transforming the former BBC Broadcasting House building into a modern learning environment for its students, staff, and alumni. With student experience, employability and enterprise at the heart of the building’s redesign, the campus includes cutting-edge teaching rooms, IT suites, a library and a cafeteria with ample break areas. More details

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LSST lecturer publishes compelling book on social experiences of women with disability
by Connect Admin - Thursday, 15 October 2020, 12:22 PM
Favorable exchange with one’s social environment has encouraging effects on physical and mental health and wellbeing. Yet, the social experiences of women with disability can be that of exclusion on account of their gender and disability. Addressing social experiences of women with physical, ...Read the rest of this topic
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Library Resources
by fahim hasan - Thursday, 15 October 2020, 11:56 AM

Dear Students,
Hope you are doing well and settling with your enrolments, timetable and the academic and student support facilities in place for your support.

Kindly view the video on the below link to have a step by step tutorial on how you can access library resources of E-books, Journal Articles...
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LSST Birmingham student – and community activist – speaks with CNN about researching Britain’s race divide
by Connect Admin - Thursday, 1 October 2020, 6:03 PM

Simeon Moore – a LSST Business student extraordinaire, musician, public speaker; community activist – famed for de-glamorising gang culture on BBC Radio 4 and his acclaimed Dats TV YouTube channel – questions CNN’s Richard Allen Greene – who runs the London newsdesk – about his methodology in creating a landmark CNN poll showing what Black Britons have long known – from policing to politics, the country has failed them. More details