As part of Orbital’s collaboration with the FCO, we are thrilled to introduce you to James Reynolds. James will be working with us to help educate students about remaining safe when travelling abroad.
On Friday, fears of World War 3 were ignited across the globe merely a few days into 2020. Kaelin Dignam suggests why global conflict is not likely to be a possibility in the near future.
Kaelin Dignam reports on the upcoming 70th anniversary of NATO.
Two days ago the day this article was written the University and College Union announced eight days of strike starting this month, which will affect 60 universities across the country including Royal Holloway. The strike will take action between Monday 25th of November to Wednesday 4th of December. The action has been called in response […]
39 people, now revealed to be Chinese migrants, have been found dead in the back of a lorry in Essex.
Tiger-Lily Goldsmith tells us all about coffee – the best friend that gives your brain a big old hug – and how we can save it from it’s impending doom.
Orbital looks at what we can do to stay safe from the spread of coronavirus, not just for ourselves, but for our Royal Holloway community as well.
Note; this article is NOT a replacement for your own research. If you are truly worried, you should visit the links I have included at the end of the article, and see the research of professionals.
As a third wave of strikes has been announced, Rachel Hains re-shares some of the submissions she has received from various members of staff striking in the UCU dispute for pensions and working conditions.
Natasha Mae interviews Isaac Kenyon, Royal Holloway alumni on how he is taking life by storm and inspiring challenge in the lives of others.
Shay Gray explains, from personal experience, the importance of taking care of your mental health at University. Warning: this article discusses topics of anxiety attacks and suicidal ideation. Let’s not sugar coat it: University is kind of scary. You’re away from your family and living alone for quite possibly the first time in your life, […]
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Bridget O’Sullivan shares her experiences trying to be a better global citizen.
Comment editor Shay Gray invites us to challenge the stereotype of unnecessary representation, and see why it truly matters for people to see themselves on the big screen.
Alex Whiteman explores the message behind Greta Thunberg’s book, ‘No One Is Too Small To Make A Difference’, and asks whether she deserves the hatred she’s received.
As the new term starts, Bridget O’Sullivan discusses the difficulties of the post-Christmas blues.
Rachel Hains recounts her time at the SPA Regional conference, and why she believes journalism has a bright future ahead.
Natasha Mae explores the Japanese philosophy of Shinto.
Natasha Mae Bring imperfect, IS perfect! How the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-Sabi can transform our materialistic world.
Finn Murphy offers an insight into the damaging world of Fast Fashion.
Twenty-four-year-old Alex Whiteman talks with other mature students to find out what life at Royal Holloway is like when you start it in your twenties.
In honour of VP for Welfare & Diversity Lucy Simpson’s campaign this week surrounding mental health, Adonia Ganea explores how you can be a better, healthier, happier you this year.
Saskia Leach, in an act of commendation, presents her review of MTS’s spring term show.
Arts and Culture Editor Isobel Clarke explains why Shakespeare Society’s most recent production, is not one to miss.
Saskia Leach attends MTS’s annual Variations.
Ezra Fiddimore reveals the winners of Orbital’s Flash Fiction Contest.
Saskia Leach reviews MTS’s second production of the year.
Natasha Mae explores why we should all be using Ecosia in the future.
Natasha Mae interviews Dom Brown, on his role as VP Sport at Royal Holloway, and why joining a Sport or Society is an important part of experiencing University.
As the curtain rises on another year, Eleanor rutter explains why you should get your tights on.
Niamh Smith explains why university hockey is much more than your school days taught you.
Florence Roberts explains why it is time to lock and load with Humans VS. Zombies.
Climate change isn’t often addressed in many games but Civilisation 6, as Daniel Woolley explains, can teach us a lot about the impact it will have on us.
In a world where internet giants make the headlines daily, Jamie Woods dissects whether or not we should be scared of the internet and what we can do to make ourselves feel safer.
Kaelin Dignam argues why the existence of nuclear weapons may not be as terrible as we think.
Alex Whiteman explores why Google Stadia was a failure, and what direction cloud-based streaming can take in the future.
Daniel Woolley explains how, by using gaming, we are bringing to light the societies around the world that lack the democratic freedoms we demonstrate.