LSE students who were playing a Nazi-themed game were confronted by a fellow Jewish student who was offended by the game playing which featured cards laid out in a swastika congiguration. The unnamed student suffered a broken nose in the incident.

[Jay Stoll, president of LSE JSoc said: “Nazi glorification and antisemitism have no place in our universities, which should remain safe spaces for all students.]


It is quite disgusting that these activities are going on in one of our top universities and that someone should be injured under these circumstances.