Several shots of Royal Holloway’s Founders Building appeared in a now-deleted Brexit Party campaign video.
Royal Holloway are to resume closing the back gate overnight in September, from 12:30AM to 5AM.
Becca Bashford tells us about the feminist book subscription box we all should have, Books That Matter, and interviews its founder.
Modupe Reis writes about her new mental health campaign, designed to combat exam stress and help us all to take better care of ourselves.
Becca Bashford interviews Royal Holloway’s very own queer historian, Amy Tooth-Murphy.
Royal Holloway’s students deserve better than Wednesday’s poorly-executed evacuation. To adequately protect its community members, Royal Holloway must address its emergency unpreparedness and communicate security threats more effectively.
Alexander Clark examines the positive and negative effects of drones and how they might shape our future.
Michele Theil reviews Musical Theatre Society’s Spring Term Production, Soho Cinders.
Rachel Hains explores the difficulties of being Bisexual in modern society and argues that it is time people remembered the ‘B’ in LGBTQ.
Students evacuated across campus by police responding to a ‘suspicious package’.