Becca Bashford reports on the incident that occurred in the early hours of Thursday morning, which subsequently caused a police cordon around the Students’ Union’s shop.
Becca Bashford reports on the recent round of NUS cuts, which will lead to a lack of funding for liberation and democracy campaigns.
Becca Bashford reports on the recent incidences of transophobic material being distributed across campus.
A speaker caught fire in Tommy’s Kitchen at a club night in Fresher’s Week, Michele Theil reports.
Natasha Lam reports on the continued suspension of Royal Holloway UCU Equality Officer and Professor of Economics, Jeff Franks, with comment from anonymous sources.
Abby King talks to Jake Shepherd, the mind behind a recently popular Bright Idea regarding a guarantor service for students.
Mollie Carlyle in conversation with author, comedian, actor and former funk-punk singer, Charlie Higson
Francesca Tyer interviews Amy Bleakley about the Donate and Reuse Volunteering Programme run at Royal Holloway.
Francesca Tyer discusses the link between Halloween and its religious/spiritual origins.
Our new photography editor introduces herself. See more of her work at emilybradbury.com.
Maliha Reza writes about the dark side of academic Twitter.
The confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh showed us that men’s anger is more valuable than women’s safety.
In light of the recent police presence on campus, Rachel Hains explores whether or not there is more the university could be doing to make students feel safer.
The line between free speech and hate speech is being blurred; but is anyone paying attention?
Jasmine Cox discusses the relationship between the fear of crime and women in the light of Jair Bolsonaro’s recent Presidential election.
Lifestyle editor Chloe Hill discusses RHUL’s procedures for sexual assault and harassment.
Annabel McCarthy gives some tips on how to stay fit in February.
Holly Feeny tells us why you shouldn’t be using, or trusting, an app when it comes to contraception.
Michele Theil talks all things dating, focusing on the worst dating trend ever.
Chloe Hill has got low-down on Where to Stay, What to See, Where to Go and Where to Shop.
Noelle Spillmann reviews Midnight At The Boiler House, a collection of original theatre pieces created by RHUL’s very own Drama students.
A poem by Shloka Ramachandran.
Insiyah Adamjee reviews (a)basement theatre collective’s recent production ’00:00′.
Abel Fenwick reviews Shakespeare Society’s hilarious play, A Midsummer Nightmare.
Lina Pavlova reviews Comedy Society’s first show of the year.
Hefina Everard tells you why you should try out a Sports Club or Society here at RHUL.
Jeyda Hasip talks with Becca Stewart about everything from feminism to family within Royal Holloway’s Cheerleading teams.
Jeyda Hasip speaks to Remy Henry, President of Men’s Football, about everything from fresher’s nerves to fundraising and found out some interesting things about both the sport and himself.
Phoebe Hagan gives you FIVE reasons to join the elusive Insanity Radio!
Rachel Hains interviews Felix Jordan about the Fencing Club at Royal Holloway, and how you can get involved this year.
Catherine Lithgow discusses how specialised doctors are now able to prescribe cannabis-based products to patients who can prove their eligibility.
Simon Williams explores the CLOUD, an experiment being conducted at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN), which looks at the effects of cosmic rays on the Earth’s weather systems.
Anna Irwin delves deeper into the highly popular Fornite and looks at its effect on gamers everywhere.
There is a fundamental problem with our knowledge of the universe, and it’s a big one. Simon Williams explores the mysterious world of Dark Matter.
Simon Williams explains how new data from the EDGES all-sky antenna in Australia could shine some light on dark matter.