Dogs at Risk in Surrey

Samantha Davis details a series of incidents relating to dogs in Surrey areas such as Windsor, Chertsey and Egham.

Out Of Service

Michele Theil reports on the recently out-of-use bollards in Egham High Street.

Media Arts Privacy Breach for Finalists

Michele Theil reports on the Media Arts Department’s mistaken email that allowed all finalists to see each person’s dissertation mark with their names and student numbers attached.

Ruby Wines and Village Pizza Face Eviction

Michele Theil reports on the potential loss of Englefield Green staples, Ruby Wines and Village Pizza.

Principal Layzell Concedes to #RHOccupy’s Demands

Michele Theil writes about the latest development in the #RHOccupy situation, as students have now vacated the Pincipal’s Corridor.

Are we really Snowflakes?

Dom Barrett asks the all important question about our generation: are we really snowflakes?

Debrief: Abby King

President of the Royal Holloway Labour and Co-operative Society and #RHOccupy co-organiser reflects on her activism journey this year. Words by Maliha Reza.

The Flood Anthology

Rachel Hains discusses the announcement of The Egham Floods Anthology which hopes to commemorate the impact of the 2014 floods on the Egham area.

Armenia: The Forgotten Genocide

Maria Gevorkian discusses the plight and the genocide of the Armenian people – a genocide still denied by some today.

An Audience with Example

Bryony Lock interviews Royal Holloway alumnus, Elliot Gleave – better known as Example.

Artificial Rights

Samantha Davis questions how a robot seems to have been given more rights than the real women of Saudi Arabia.

Voting: Restrictions Apply

Michele Theil examines the new voter ID restrictions that are being trialled in UK elections.

The Cost of Social Media

Sahar Mahmood explores whether we are paying a hefty price for the use of social media.

Out Of Service

Michele Theil reports on the recently out-of-use bollards in Egham High Street.

President Celebrity

With rumours surrounding Oprah and Dwane Johnson’s potential Presidential nominations for 2020 running wild, Izzy Swanson asks if America really needs another celebrity president?

‘Nice Guys Finish Last’

Lydia Paynter discusses the idea of being a ‘nice guy’ and the effect that has on relationships of any kind.

The Gender Pay Gap: What Can You Do?

Lifestyle Editor Victoria Chapman discusses what Royal Holloway’s students can do to combat the issue of the gender pay gap at University and in the outside world.

The Real Fur Debate

Tom Holmes discusses the opinions on fur with Martha Lochhead.

Tinder: Does it really work?

Lifestyle Editor Victoria Chapman discusses whether Tinder actually works in getting people to up their dating game.

Uni Girl and City Boy

Jess Hoare talks about her long-distance relationship and how to make it work when you’re at uni.

Hope to Nope?

Michele Theil explores The Design Museum’s latest exhibition and what protest looks like in the 21st century.

Street Art

Orbital Magazine’s guide to the best street art spots in London – your resource for that perfect gram.

Activism Gets A Makeover

Emma Halahan writes about the rise of artivism and its doble edged impact upon activist communities.

There’s nothing tame about this!

Josip Martincic reviews the Shakespeare Society’s production of The Taming of the Shrew, a show done entirely by students in their first year.

“A Delightful Evening of Delights”

Michele Theil reviews MTS’ Summer Cabaret, a delightful show that gives us an amazing conclusion to this year’s Musical Theatre.

A Spotlight on Eton Fives

Louisa Wicks sits down with Eton Fives president Ollie Avery to find out more about one of RHUL’s newest and most unusual sports clubs.

Dancing To Victory

Samantha Davis looks at the exemplary achievements of the Royal Holloway Dance Society.

An Interview with Pole Dancing

Louisa Wicks talks to the President of Pole, Marta Barton-Navarro, about this intriguing sport.

#ThisGirlCan Fight Back

Sports and Socs Editor Louisa Wicks looks at the sexual assault accusations in the sports industry and what it means for women in sport.

Insanity Radio’s 20th Anniversary

Samantha Davis looks at the history of Insanity Radio and what to expect for the station’s upcoming 20th birthday.

Learning to See in the Dark

Simon Williams explains how new data from the EDGES all-sky antenna in Australia could shine some light on dark matter.

Spare Parts?

Natasha Lam looks at the possibility of farming body parts in the future.

Running On Autopilot

Michele Theil explores the technological phenomenon of driverless cars.

Is there a link between video games and violence?

Deputy Science & Gaming Editor, Ryan Gulliford, discusses the comments made by President Trump on the link between youth violence and their exposure to
violence in video games.

Magic the Gathering Grand Prix London

Helena Keeble recounting her experience of the Magic the Gathering Grand Prix in London.