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  • A Feminist Institution with a 10% Gender Pay Gap?

    Editor, Abbie Cheeseman, investigates the extent of gender pay gaps within Royal Holloway, University of London. Royal Holloway, University of London...

    NewsAbbie Cheeseman06/06/2017
  • What’s the Deal With…tardigrades?

    With a name meaning ‘slow stepper’, these eight-legged microorganisms might not sound very exciting. But tardigrades are arguably the toughest cookies...

    Features - Online onlyGrace Yeadon17/03/2017
  • What’s the deal with…10-a-day?

    A recent study by Imperial College London revealed that whilst eating five portions of fruit and vegetables a day is great,...

    Features - Online onlyGrace Yeadon03/03/2017
  • The Rise of Vinyl

    Georgia Beith discusses the recent rise in the sale of vinyl records and how it’s all part of the changing shape...

    ArtsGeorgia Beith01/02/2017
  • Rumour’s Confirmed – ‘Monkey’s Forehead’ Purchased by the College

    In the final week of the Christmas holidays, the Students Union has finally released a statement confirming that the College have...

    NewsAnna Robinson07/01/2017
  • Strictly Come Holloway: A Dancing Extravaganza

    The Ballroom and Latin Dancesport Society put on a spectacular show to end the year, all in honour of Great Ormond...

    ArtsHolly Pyne19/12/2016
  • Brexit: The word on everyone’s lips.

    Andrew Mitchell, the founding member of RHUL’s European Students Society, talks about the continued campaign to defend the rights of EU...

    Features - Online onlyAndrew Mitchell07/11/2016
  • Slam Poetry: Rebirth of a Genre?

    Punchy and powerful, the slam poetry movement has rejuvenated poetry; blowing away the stereotypes of a literary genre often reserved for...

    Artssusanna clark04/11/2016
  • The Phenomenon of Soggy Bottoms

    Soggy bottoms, Selasi’s calm demeanour, Mel and Sue’s abominable jokes and Paul’s cutting criticism is keeping the nation glued to our...

    FeaturesSahar Mahmood19/10/2016
  • Quiet Boy: Sundance

    As the long summer continues, Orbital Magazine have been on the lookout for new music to chill out to in the...

    ArtsBeth Carr05/09/2016

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