What's good people. So hmm yh, I'm feeling nice at the moment so I decided to come back to TSR and help answer questions of those who are interesting in applying to SOAS, or just anything SOAS related brah. Feel privileged. I didn't had such opportunity back in my time(a year ago lololololol).
(Original post by ussumane)
Surprisingly, not as high as you would think. There are a few hippies ofc, walking around playing bongos and stuff, but you would have to go to the music department and pray to find them.
I've met some hardcore right wingers at SOAS, and I've just only finished my 1st term.
(Original post by PendulumBoB)
If somebody were to fly the flag of Israel, what would befall him?
Nothing. There are loads of Israelis/Half Israelis at SOAS, especially exchange students, and some of them say proudly where they are from, what they are, etc. You might hear a few comments antagonising Israel in debates and tings, but its not like they will attack you or try to occupy your room and sing Kumbaya for you taking pride in your country.