Becca Bashford reports on the implementation of the ‘Ask for Angela’ campaign, designed to protect people from uncomfortable or unsafe situations in pubs and restaurants.
Noelle Spillmann reviews Midnight At The Boiler House, a collection of original theatre pieces created by RHUL’s very own Drama students.
In light of the recent police presence on campus, Rachel Hains explores whether or not there is more the university could be doing to make students feel safer.
Becca Bashford reports on the incident that occurred in the early hours of Thursday morning, which subsequently caused a police cordon around the Students’ Union’s shop.
Lina Pavlova reviews Comedy Society’s first show of the year.
The line between free speech and hate speech is being blurred; but is anyone paying attention?
Amaan Ramzan discusses the documentary WE ARE BME, by RHSU Black and Minority Ethnic officer Renee Landell.
Amal Abdi talks about life as a commuter student at RHUL.
Jasmine Cox questions whether our data is safe in the hands of universities.
Lina Plamenova attends and reviews the annual A Night At The Theatre performance.