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  • Turn Off Your Phone

    Nebiu Samuel discusses the possibility of a theatre mode for iPhones and his take on cinema etiquette. We’ve all been there...

    ArtsNebiu Samuel07/02/2017
  • Dancing With The Stars

    The Royal Hollywood Dance Show, hosted by the RHUL Dance Society, consisted of three acts of differing dance styles as well...

    Sports and SocsMichele Theil06/02/2017
  • Interview with Sara Pascoe

    I recently caught up with inspiring comedian, actor and writer Sarah Pascoe about life on tour and her new book ‘Animal:...

    FeaturesDanelle Pettman06/02/2017
  • Three Cheers for Charity

    The Royal Holloway Cheerleading club were unprecedented in their most recent act of fundraising, in which they took part in a...

    Sports and Socs - Online onlyMichele Theil06/02/2017
  • New Science Building: Construction On Campus Begins

    Construction work has begun on the new Science Building, with the building site set up and foundation work set to begin...

    NewsPaco Tijdink06/02/2017
  • Missing: Woman in Egham Now Found Safely

    Yesterday afternoon (February 2) a woman in Egham was reported missing by her family, and Surrey Police were put on the...

    NewsAnna Robinson03/02/2017
  • Beef up your academic writing!

    The move from school or college to university can be a big jump for many students, especially when it comes to...

    Features - Online onlyBeenish Khan03/02/2017
  • What’s the deal with…coral bleaching?

    The news broke earlier this week that a new coral reef system was discovered at the mouth of the Amazon River...

    Science & GamingGrace Yeadon03/02/2017
  • Can our technology be predicted?

    One thing is clear in the society that we live in, and that is technology is increasingly pervading our everyday lives....

    ArtsKatie Bell02/02/2017
  • Reuniting Through Poetry

    The Royal Holloway English PEN society hosted a poetry and speaking event on the 2nd of December that aimed to highlight...

    Sports and SocsMichele Theil01/02/2017

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