Tag: Students

Safety of Student Data

Jasmine Cox questions whether our data is safe in the hands of universities.

Interview: Callum Pardoe takes the Reigns of Holloway Players

Olivia Duckworth talks to Callum Pardoe, Drama Society’s “Players Rep”.

Students Occupy Principal’s Corridor

Michele Theil reports on the student occupation group, known as #RHOccupy, that have taken up residence in Principal’s Corridor in Founder’s Building.

Strike Action: Week One

Michele Theil reports from the front line on the first days of USS Strike Action.

Residents Versus Students?

Emma Halahan discusses the prominent Facebook group Englefield Greenies where student bashing is the norm.

What Can the Royal Opera House Do For You?

Always wanted to give the opera a go? Lucy Patterson explains how to get cheap student tickets to the Royal Opera House and why everyone should give it a chance.

RHUL hits the Fringe: Singing on Skid Row

Michele Theil heads up to Edinburgh to review an old-school musical with a wonderful cast and crew.

Suspected ‘Bomb Scare’ at School in Egham

Zara Gillick reports on the recent suspected ‘bomb scare’ at Magna Carta School, Egham. Just before 4pm on Friday 27th February 2017, Surrey Police and a bomb disposal team were called to the Magna Carta School in Egham when concerns were raised over an ‘item confiscated from a student’. Staff at the school called the […]

Most Disadvantaged Teenagers Less Likely to go to University than Ever Before

Recent reports regarding access to higher education suggests that those from disadvantaged areas in the UK are less likely to attend university. Louise Jones finds out more… Teenagers from the most disadvantaged areas of the UK are four times less likely to apply for university than those from more well off backgrounds, official figures have revealed. […]

Curtain Call: The Expense Of The West End

Georgia Beith discusses the inflating prices of the West End theatre scene and how that negatively impacts upon students. Theatre has long since been a favourite pastime of British society. From the playhouses of Elizabethan England, to the grand music halls of the Victorian era, theatres have been landmarks of London for centuries. Yet with […]