Tag: University

How important is it to be titled the ‘Most Beautiful Campus in the UK’?


Beth Gooding discusses Royal Holloway’s title as the ‘Most Beautiful Campus in the UK’ and how important this really is.

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.

The Value of Internships


Are unpaid internships worth the money?

On Student Counselling


Daniela Georgieva and Oli Rushby explain the process and the benefits of student counselling, and how it helped them.

Big Giving for RHUL’s Future Students


Royal Holloway has launched the Big Give Christmas Challenge to raise funds for scholarships and work placements for deserving students.

Model Defers Royal Holloway Due to Debilitating Illness


Model Destiny Sedlacek has had to defer her plans to come to RHUL to study Law due to a rare genetic disorder, Michele Theil writes.

First Year: the perfect introduction to university, or just a waste of money?


Features Editor Dom Barrett ponders whether first year should matter more

Making Your Relationship Survive the University Test


Deputy News Editor Shay Gray discusses how to make the secondary-to-university shift work in relationships.

Getting a job after university


Current Deputy Editor Louise Jones reports on why you shouldn’t worry about getting a job after university. It’s that time of year again when finalists finish all their exams and then go into panic mode about their future. However, it has been suggested that waiting until you have graduated before applying for a job will […]

Everyone’s Favourite Worst Nightmare – Tuition Fees


Features Editor, Dominic Barrett, discusses the love-hate relationship with university tuition fees. Ask any current university student if they’re looking forward to the prospect of leaving university with a veritable mountain of debt and you’d probably find out pretty quickly just how much they are not looking forward to facing it. That’s not that surprising, […]