Features

Emily Wilding Davison Building Officially Declared Open


Michele Theil attends the official opening of the Emily Wilding Davison building and speaks to Professor Paul Layzell and Dr. Stella Moss about the historical legacy of Royal Holloway, University of London.

The Partition of India, 70 Years On


Deputy Features Editor, Amber Choudhary describes her Grandparents experience of the partition of India.

First Year: the perfect introduction to university, or just a waste of money?


Features Editor Dom Barrett ponders whether first year should matter more

When did we decide our privacy is overrated?


Dominic Barrett discusses how private our ‘private life’ really is.

You’ve got into Royal Holloway! Now what?


Dominic Barrett discusses all things Royal Holloway.

Technology – friend or foe?


It has been a busy few months, exams are still fresh in everyone’s minds and in the big scary world, outside the walls of Royal Holloway, an election has taken place. But when surrounded by all the big things, sometimes it’s easier to forget the little things, like that phone that’s probably in your pocket […]

#7ReasonsToVote


During the 2015 General Election, electoral participation was stronger amongst older age groups, with only 44% of 18-24 year olds even voting. Individually, your vote may seem insignificant, but collectively we can make a real difference. Non-voters think their votes don’t count, which is why I have compiled a list of #7ReasonsToVote in this year’s […]

Everyone’s Favourite Worst Nightmare – Tuition Fees


Features Editor, Dominic Barrett, discusses the love-hate relationship with university tuition fees. Ask any current university student if they’re looking forward to the prospect of leaving university with a veritable mountain of debt and you’d probably find out pretty quickly just how much they are not looking forward to facing it. That’s not that surprising, […]

PC Gamer Weekender 2017 – Review


The PC Gamer Weekender has appeared once more and was something of a surprise success. The marketing for the event was ever present and something Insanity Radio 103.2FM assisted with. However, the event’s success was due in part to the large amount of games on show, as well how well it was run with different […]

Religion and Science: Finding a Common Ground


The words ‘religion’ and ‘science’ are not often seen together, and if they are, it can sometimes be in a negative context. Here at Royal Holloway we are lucky enough to be a part of a diverse student population, which inevitably contains religious students studying scientific degrees. We spoke to Nishall Garala, the Religious Affairs […]