Michele Theil reports on the recently out-of-use bollards in Egham High Street.
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?
Lydia Paynter discusses the upcoming Irish referendum on abortion.
Annie Moore explains why the Students’ Union campaign, Let’s Talk About Sex, did little to address any of the immediate threats to students sexual health.
Michele Theil asks whether we capitalise off of our suffrage history without really making any significant headway on gender issues.
Rachel Hains explores the second ever ‘Women’s March’ in London, reminding us that the fight for equality is far from over.
Natasha Phillips talks about the problem with plastic waste and what we can do to be better consumers.
Orbital’s politics columnist, Jasmine Cox, reflects on the prime minister’s hopes for a ‘Green Brexit’.
Editor Abbie Cheeseman looks at the college’s 2013 – 2020 strategy to assess how close we are to our extraordinarily ambitious targets.
Emma Halahan discusses the prominent Facebook group Englefield Greenies where student bashing is the norm.