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#LSENetworking Night – North America 2017
In April LSE’s alumni community in North America came together for the second annual LSE Networking Night. More than 550 alumni participated in 18 events in cities across Canada and the US, to share career advice and build a stronger professional network. 
Academics on triggering Article 50

Now that the UK has officially started the process to exit the European Union the negotiations are set to begin. Our experts analyse the political action and disambiguate the implications of Brexit.

Sir Stelios on Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy
Stelios will return to the School to discuss the changing nature of entrepreneurship, building a pan-European brand, giving back to society and what the next generation of entrepreneurs need to know.
Nominations for 2017-2020 alumni leadership

 Help the LSE alumni volunteer community to strengthen and support the School and its global alumni network

Donors and Scholars receptions at LSE
In Lent term Professor Julia Black, LSE Interim Director, welcomed staff, students, and philanthropic supporters to the annual Donors and Scholars receptions. These took place for the first time in LSE LIFE, the School’s brand new centre for undergraduate and taught postgraduate students. 
Oscar joy for LSE alumni
Producer Joanna Natasegara (MSc Human Rights 2005) and director Orlando Von Einsiedel (MSc Anthropology course 2009) have won an Oscar for their documentary The White Helmets, a 40-minute Netflix film that follows the daily lives of volunteer rescue workers operating in rebel-held parts of Syria.
Annual Fund supports hackathon
LSE’s Parish Hall became home to a host of hackers for an entire weekend in November, as Annual Fund support enabled the LSESU Investment Society to host their own ‘hackathon’. 
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