Top Of The Charts


Deputy News Editor Shay Gray reports on Royal Holloway’s position in the newest University Guide.

BREAKING: The Packhorse gets 2/5 in government Food Hygiene Rating Scheme.


BREAKING NEWS: The latest catering venture of Royal Holloway Students’ Union, The Packhorse, has scored a 2 out of 5 in government Food Hygiene Rating Scheme.

“You saw it in the tears of those who survived” – The Grenfell Tower Mural


Deputy Editor Stephanie Bagnall reports on a new mural for the Grenfell Tower disaster.

RHUL Staff Member Threatened in Egham


Sub-Editor Michele Theil reports on a recent incident that occurred in Egham. On July 11, a Royal Holloway staff member was threatened on his way to Egham railway station as he was walking from the university through Spring Rise estate between 4:00 and 4:30pm . The police were told that the offenders were two young […]

Great Expectations


Oli Rushby asks if we expect enough from technology companies when it comes to innovating new products.

Hidden Heroes


Sub-editor Michele Theil looks at the successes of RHUL’s BAME alumnI.

The Greatest Treasures of Budapest


Deputy Editor Stephanie Bagnall tells you the must-see attractions of Budapest

Debrief: Polly Goddard


Deputy Editor, Stephanie Bagnall talks to an inspiring teen Polly Goddard, a 16-year-old cancer survivor who has raised over £140,000 for charity.

Armed With Chances; Poised For Change


Rachel Hains examines why gun control is rooted in American culture
and what could feasibly change.

The Millennial Rep


Mille Pyne explores the common reputation of millennials.

Cultural Allyship: Make It Count


Emma Halahan discusses cultural appropriation in an increasingly globalised world.

Hugh Hefner: Feminist or Chauvinist?


Holly Feeny questions why we glorify misogynistic rich white men as feminist allies.

Naps: The Natural Pick-Me-Up


Laura Stoodley tells us about the perks of napping and its benefits.

Halloween, What it’s really about?


Chloe Buck tells you about the origins of Halloween.

Get Up, Get Out


Hefina Everard discusses the importance of being proactive and keeping university life fresh.

Disconnect To Reconnect


Deputy Editor Stephanie Bagnall shares some things she learnt from her break from social media.

The Devil is loose in Royal Holloway


Michele Theil reviews Drama Society’s thrilling production of Arthur Miller’s infamous play, The Crucible.

Worth Every Penny


Last night saw the opening performance of the Savoy Opera Society’s ‘The Threepenny Opera.’ The show took on a unique and thought-provoking perspective, brilliantly interpreted and directed by Rafael Aptroot.

“boys wear their hats backwards so they can kiss other boys” – Review


The love-filled Student Workshop production created a sense of familiarity and complicated emotion in the LGBTQ+ community with its creative choices on music, writing, and genuine acting.

Overshadowed


Content Warning: Eating Disorders

As a follow up to “A Bone To Pick”, Michele Theil reviews BBC Three’s new show ‘Overshadowed’ and praises its portrayal of eating disorders in comparison.

You Feel?


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.

Introducing: Refugee Society


Louisa Wicks and Abbie Cheeseman speak to Poppy Faithfull, President of Royal Holloway’s newest society.

In Conversation with the President of Women of Colour Collective


James Douglas talks to Hanan Hassan, new President of the Women of Colour Collective.

Women’s Sport: Consumption, Identity & Success


Sophie Harrison discusses the rise of women’s sport and how it’s success is changing perceptions.

Flat Earthers: Who are they and why do they exist?


For over 2,000 years, we have known that the Earth is not the two-dimensional disc the ancients believe it to be, so why are there still people who fight against this idea, and do they have any basis in fact?

Cassini: The Grand Finale


On September 15th 2017 the Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn disintegrating like a meteor. During the 20 years of its journey, it provided us with unparalleled observations on the most photogenic planet in our solar system. But what were the main discoveries?

The Bubonic Apocalypse: a possible resurgence of the Black Death


Science and Gaming Editor, Clara Cohen, discusses whether we could see a repeat of the bubonic plague in the 21st century.

Vaccination Fears Go Viral


Sub-Editor Michele Theil explores the anti-vaccination movement and the effect it could have on the public.