Louisa Wicks looks at how being part of a sports club or society can have a positive impact on your mental health.
Diwali was celebrated in style on campus this year with the Hindu society showing us that they know how to have a good time!
Rebecca Owen speaks to Royal Holloway Musical Theatre Society’s Charities and Volunteering Co-ordinator, Kira Brown, about their charitable challenge ‘Live Below the Line’.
Sports & Socs Editor Louisa Wicks heads to Toast to find out about Coppafeel!, a charity that encourages people to keep an eye on their boobs.
Louisa Wicks and Abbie Cheeseman speak to Poppy Faithfull, President of Royal Holloway’s newest society.
James Douglas talks to Hanan Hassan, new President of the Women of Colour Collective.
Sophie Harrison discusses the rise of women’s sport and how it’s success is changing perceptions.
The summer of 2017 has been extremely successful, both for world sport as a whole and also for British sport.
On the 29 March, 30 of Royal Holloway’s sports teams gathered at Surrey Sports Park for their first ever Varsity Cup. They were joined by sports teams from the University of Surrey, and the intense competition between the Bears and the Stags was soon underway. We had some truly deserving wins in many sports, including […]
Sports & Socs Editor, Michele Theil on Insanity Radio’s Easter charity extravaganza. Royal Holloway’s radio station, Insanity Radio, has been doing a lot of great work in the last few weeks for charity with many of its members hosting 24hr radio marathons in aid of 18 different charities. 19 teams, consisting of 42 people, have […]