Natasha Lam reports on the continued suspension of Royal Holloway UCU Equality Officer and Professor of Economics, Jeff Franks, with comment from anonymous sources.
Samantha Davis questions how a robot seems to have been given more rights than the real women of Saudi Arabia.
Lydia Paynter discusses the idea of being a ‘nice guy’ and the effect that has on relationships of any kind.
Simon Williams explains how new data from the EDGES all-sky antenna in Australia could shine some light on dark matter.
Lifestyle Editor Victoria Chapman discusses what Royal Holloway’s students can do to combat the issue of the gender pay gap at University and in the outside world.
Natasha Lam looks at the possibility of farming body parts in the future.
Michele Theil explores The Design Museum’s latest exhibition and what protest looks like in the 21st century.
Louisa Wicks sits down with Eton Fives president Ollie Avery to find out more about one of RHUL’s newest and most unusual sports clubs.
Michele Theil examines the new voter ID restrictions that are being trialled in UK elections.
Michele Theil explores the technological phenomenon of driverless cars.