Mansplaining and hangry, acorn and buttercup – words that made the news for different reasons.
Deputy Features Editor, Amber Choudhary, discusses the #MeToo movement and the allegations against American comedian, Aziz Ansari.
Mollie Carlyle picks the brain of Alex Horne, a stand-up comedian and co-host of the BAFTA nominated show, Taskmaster.
Michele Theil looks at ‘podfasting’, a way of consuming podcast media at increased speeds.
Mariam Gevorgyan discusses the life changing work of Edmilson Angelo, an MA student from Oxford currently studying a PhD in Politics and International Relations at RHUL, and his ambition to tackle poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Michele Theil talks to Royal Holloway alumna, Rebecca Wilson about her work as an acitvist and founder of homelessness charity, Four Walls.
Mariam Gevorgyan recalls the harsh reality of working in retail and the poor treatment of employees in this industry
Shannon Gray draws on personal experience to explain what services are available for those who have attempted to take their own lives.
Rachel Hains explores the recently announced changes to government policies regarding free speech at universities, and the impact it may have on Royal Holloway.
Daniela Georgieva and Oli Rushby explain the process and the benefits of student counselling, and how it helped them.