LOVE & BASKETBALL is 15 years old however a classic will always remain timeless! And from the level of interest shown by students at SUARTS Freshers Fair earlier this week when we handed out flyers to help promote this event, we’re certain anyone over 18 will love this film! Continue reading
Category: Meet ups
LET’S DO LUNCH FRESHERS FESTIVAL 2015
September is the New Year in the academic world so we’re getting involved in the celebrations right through to October, teaming up with SUARTS and LCC Officer to offer some “taster” events and socials we think you’ll love. And best of all – you don’t have to be a fresher to enjoy! Continue reading
Let’s network: Forge Bar social on the 1st Oct 6pm – late
The City of London might not seem like the most obvious place for students and recent graduates to socialise, however be intimidated-not! Let’s do Lunch teamed up with Forge bar in Bank to offer this ice-breaker social during Freshers week Continue reading
Let’s do Pixxa: promotion for Freshers!
September marks the start of a “new year” for anyone lucky enough to still be a student! So with Freshers week about to start, it occurred to me to arrange a meeting with Pixxa manager Simone and in-house designer Marco at their brand new restaurant located in Adlgate East, to find out what “exclusive” offers they can offer Let’s do Lunch freshers… And it seems I “bagged” myself some bargains which you can enjoy at Pixxa restaurants in London! Continue reading
Let’s do Lunch: My Soho Times and SoHo Strut at Numero 28 NYC
What do two young enterprising women who’ve set up blogs about Soho from opposite sides of the globe – SoHo Strut (New York City) and My Soho Times (London) have in common besides arts, events and connecting their local community?… Love for pizza! Continue reading
Let’s do Lunch: Union Square meeting with Fred Kuwornu and Afro-Italians in NYC
When Fred Kuwornu mentioned to me he was planning a meeting which would bring together a group of his “Afro-Italian” friends, I jumped at the opportunity to attend.
This wouldn’t be the first time I’d immerse myself in the company of black Italians. For a start, the 10-year-plus friendship with my Eritrean Continue reading