Jewish student’s nose broken in ‘Nazi drinking game’ on uni trip
A trip to the Val d’Isere organised by the LSE Students Union ended in the brawl in which a Jewish student’s nose was broken.
The LSE’s Jewish society said that the student was attacked after he objected to the game.
The university said, “These are disturbing allegations relating to events which took place on a foreign trip organised by the students’ union. Both the SU and LSE are investigating these events and are prepared to take disciplinary action if the allegations are shown to be true.
“Students must abide by clear standards of behaviour set by both LSE and the SU and breaches of those standards are taken very seriously. We do not tolerate antisemitism or any other form of racism.”