Stephanie Bagnall

The Greatest Treasures of Budapest


Deputy Editor Stephanie Bagnall tells you the must-see attractions of Budapest

Disconnect To Reconnect


Deputy Editor Stephanie Bagnall shares some things she learnt from her break from social media.

Debrief: Polly Goddard


Deputy Editor, Stephanie Bagnall talks to an inspiring teen Polly Goddard, a 16-year-old cancer survivor who has raised over £140,000 for charity.

“You saw it in the tears of those who survived” – The Grenfell Tower Mural


Deputy Editor Stephanie Bagnall reports on a new mural for the Grenfell Tower disaster.

A Throwback On Education… What Was Is It All For?


As a Fresher, it’s scary to think of this time a year ago. A level exams crept nearer and nearer and we were nervously waiting on UCAS confirmations of university offers and places. It is also scary to think of this time three years ago where our GCSEs were dawning upon us, keeping us at […]

Coming Out as a Person of Colour


The BME Network’s ‘Coming out as a person of Colour’ panel discussion event was held on the 11th of October, which was also ‘National Coming Out Day’. The panel consisted of Louisa Danquah as the BME Representative, Grace Almond (President of the Women of Colour Collective) and Sherina St John as the BME Officer of LGBT+ […]

Meet our new board member: Stephanie Bagnall


  Stephanie is a first year English and Theatre student, and our new Deputy Features Editor! She talks to our Editor, Holly Pyne, about why she joined The Orbital. Why did you choose Royal Holloway? I chose Royal Holloway because I really liked the joint honours course and being so close to London for a […]

Reporting on the Women’s Network


Giant boobs, Bra Pong, Pizza and boob-shaped cupcakes? It must be the first RHUL Women’s Network event of the year! Sarah Newell (the Women’s Officer) pulled off a marvellous ‘Safety in Numbers’ evening, allowing a platform for four very important societies; The ‘LGBT+ society’, ‘Feminism society’, ‘Women of Colour Collective’ and last but not least, […]

Question Time: A Review


Royal Holloway Question Time was held in the Windsor Auditorium on the 6th October. Organised by the Labour and Cooperative Society, the panel consisted of Richard Angell as Director of Progress, Tom Brake standing for the Liberal Democrats MP, the SU President Natasha Barrett, Claire McCarthy for General Secretary of the Cooperative Party and Michel […]