Michele Theil reports on the recently out-of-use bollards in Egham High Street.
Michele Theil reports on the Media Arts Department’s mistaken email that allowed all finalists to see each person’s dissertation mark with their names and student numbers attached.
Michele Theil reports on the potential loss of Englefield Green staples, Ruby Wines and Village Pizza.
Michele Theil writes about the latest development in the #RHOccupy situation, as students have now vacated the Pincipal’s Corridor.
Michele Theil reports on the student occupation group, known as #RHOccupy, that have taken up residence in Principal’s Corridor in Founder’s Building.
Michele Theil reports on the open letter signed by over 400 alumni that address Principal Layzell, his comments surrounding the gender pay gap and the college’s response to UCU strikes.
Emma Halahan reports from the third week of UCU strike action.
College Accused of Planting Questions for Principal’s Staff Open Meeting to “Drown Out Questions From UCU Members”
The College Communications team at Royal Holloway have been accused by Royal Holloway UCU of attempting to place questions at the Principal’s next staff open meeting in order to drown out questions from UCU members, Abbie Cheeseman reports.
Abbie Cheeseman reports on the second week of strike action around Campus.
Abbie Cheeseman reports on the Chaplaincy’s struggly to allow for same-sex marraiges to be conducted here at Royal Holloway.