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Sarah Pilchick

Postgraduate at City University London and Editor at The Extremis Project

Sarah is a student in the MA Newspaper Journalism programme at City University London and recently completed an MSc in Political Sociology at the London School of Economics. Previously, she received a BA (hons) in History and International Studies at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, and has worked for Demos, the International Organization for Migration, Amnesty International, Obama for America, The Miami Herald and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. She is currently the US team leader for the Extremis Project and really loves dogs, theatre, European history, and pretentious films. She would also like a UK work permit, please.

History Repeating? Lessons We Can Learn From Inter-War Germany

Historian Laurence Rees, author of The Dark Charisma of Adolf Hitler and producer of the titular BBC documentary, spoke at the London School of Economics last night on the nature of leadership - mainly, how could significant portions of populations support groups such as the Nazi Party or Golden Dawn?
19/11/2012 10:53 GMT

New Visa Rules Hurt Foreigners, Britons Alike

Some of us came to the UK with the goal of going home after our courses. Some of us, however, wanted to give working abroad a go. But Her Majesty's Government has made it impossible with recent changes to the UK post-study work visa scheme.
29/08/2012 12:55 BST