The fight for equality in Turkey continues, by James Bowers
Implications of the Pandemic Era on Human Security and the rise of EVD in the Dominican Republic of Congo
Current human security challenges in the DRC, by Courtney Bridges
An exploration of what the death of Captain Sir Thomas Moore has highlighted, by Joshua Butler
An uplifting article about the positives of this February, by Charis Owen
Trump’s recent actions in the wake of the election, by Courtney Bridges
The current crisis in Myanmar, by Thea Drake
Some LGBTQ+ recommendations, by Thea Drake
Johnson’s LGBTQ+ activism, by Emily Downie
What Royal Holloway have done so far to help students during lockdown, by Jordan Thorne
What it’s like to work for UberEATS, by Rhys Jones
Trigger warning: mentions of abuse and suicide What comes to mind when you think of Korean popular music or as most of us know it, K-pop? Intricate choreographies, Stan Twitter, dedicated fandoms, BTS? Not that long ago, I would have rattled off a similarly vague list. But now, after researching the industry, my list looks […]
Valentine’s commercialisation of love, by Bridget O’Sullivan
A discussion about society’s reactions to Black hair, by Elizabeth Ajao
A look at LGBTQ+ education in the UK, by Finn Murphy
The extremity of homelessness in England and what is needed to help, by Rupert Gibson
An alternative Valentine’s Day to celebrate with your friends, by Renée Lewis
How to get cosy, by Thom Cuffin-Munday
Hidden signs of abuse in relationships, by Harriet Hallam
An illuminating interview on meditation, by Elena McCaffrey
A journey of existentialism with a surprisingly optimistic conclusion, by Thom Cuffin-Munday
An analysis of pandemic-themed art, by Natasha Brooks
The ripples of Nathan Evans, Scotland’s most famous post worker, by George Potter
The joy of organising music, by Jordan Thorne
A review of Kevin Abstract’s 2016 album, by Chloe Boulton
Five collections focused on LGBTQ+, by Jack Wright and Reena Bakir
Part 1 of DNA’s blog posts for their week-long Transcending Taboo event, by Linus Holmes
Part 2 of DNA’s blog posts for their week-long Transcending Taboo event, by Rosie Cannon
Part 1 of DNA’s blog posts for their week-long Transcending Taboo event, by Isabelle Koch
How to keep it romantic with your loved ones in lockdown, by Owen Williams
Five of the most prominent and influential LGBTQ+ people in sport, by Claudia Hall
Why you should NOT play Super Seducer, by Alex Whiteman
An emotional discussion of LGBTQ+, by Rida Haider
The similarities between plants and humans, by Natalie Burnett
An explanation of COVID-19 vaccines, by Ellie Matthews
A game console like no other, by Alex Whiteman
By Mercedes-Georgia Mayes
By Hannah Armour
By Emily Black
By Abhishek Udaykumar.
A poem by Abhishek Udaykumar.
Two students share their experiences of studying/working abroad as part of their course at RHUL.
Eleanor Clark talks student tours, and her experience on History society’s trip to Athens and Absolute Harmony’s tour to Malta.
So you’ve arrived at Royal Holloway and maybe you’re feeling a bit cheated. University of London? As if; we’re in the middle of Surrey! Even though we’re only 40 minutes away so the big city is very much within reach, there are some gorgeous natural spots and places to visit closer to home too. At […]
FCO Ambassador James Reynolds offers his advice on travelling in the current climate.
As an FCO Ambassador, James Reynolds offers his advice regarding COVID-19 and travel during this difficult time.