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.
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.
Michele Theil reports from the front line on the first days of USS Strike Action.
Bryony Lock interviews Royal Holloway alumnus, Elliot Greaves – better known as Example.
Editor Abbie Cheeseman talks to Royal Holloway alumna and eight time Paralympic Champion, Sophie Christiansen.
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.
Annie Moore explains why the Students’ Union campaign, Let’s Talk About Sex, did little to address any of the immediate threats to students sexual health.
Michele Theil asks whether we capitalise off of our suffrage history without really making any significant headway on gender issues.
Rachel Hains explores the second ever ‘Women’s March’ in London, reminding us that the fight for equality is far from over.
Natasha Phillips talks about the problem with plastic waste and what we can do to be better consumers.
Orbital’s politics columnist, Jasmine Cox, reflects on the prime minister’s hopes for a ‘Green Brexit’.
Tom Holmes discusses the opinions on fur with Martha Lochhead.
Lifestyle Editor Victoria Chapman discusses whether Tinder actually works in getting people to up their dating game.
Jess Hoare talks about her long-distance relationship and how to make it work when you’re at uni.
Lifestyle writer Chloe Hill discusses a brief history of the brand with an overview of the V&A exhibition.
Three girls spend an evening asking and answering questions about sex, Valentine’s day and handling that morning-after awkwardness.
Francesca Tyer attends and reviews Savoy Opera Society’s main term show, HMS Pinafore.
Beth Gooding discusses Marvel’s newest film, Black Panther and its importance in the entertainment industry.
Michele Theil gushes about MTS’ Main Term Production, Bare: A Pop Opera.
Michele Theil reviews Shakespeare’s Society’s Main Term show, King Lear.
Helena Keeble recounting The Late Night Library Club’s event in Hackney, London with novelist Alan Hollinghurst.
Sports and Socs Editor Louisa Wicks looks at the sexual assault accusations in the sports industry and what it means for women in sport.
Samantha Davis looks at the history of Insanity Radio and what to expect for the station’s upcoming 20th birthday.
Sports and Socs Editor Louisa Wicks reports on RHUL’s Cheerleading Club’s latest achievements.
Michele Theil writes about one team’s ambition to row across the Atlantic.
Sports & Socs Editor Louisa Wicks looks at some of the events coming up this term.
Helena Keeble recounting her experience of the Magic the Gathering Grand Prix in London.
The future of space travel is at risk from millions of pieces of space junk that can rip apart any satellite or space station in Earth’s orbit.
We have asked where we came from, how about where we are headed? Simon Williams explains the theories which describe the end of the Universe.
Deputy Science & Gaming editor Ryan Gulliford explores the issues surrounding gender in the video games industry following its significance throughout recent years.
Deputy Science & Gaming Editor Ryan Gulliford takes a look back at the gaming industry throughout 2017, highlighting some fan favourite releases. Does 2018 have a hard year to match?