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Royal Holloway will offer all students and staff asymptomatic Covid testing to enable travel home for the holidays.
Egham Museum’s interactive twitter thread gains popularity- a great activity for lockdown!
Charis explores the role gender and race are playing in the 2020 US election.
James Bowers discusses Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton’s recent social activism and the motorsport industry’s reactions.
Courtney talks about diversity within media platforms.
Renée Lewis discusses the emphasis on African American history over black British history, and how this needs to change.
Emily tells us how we can support UK black-owned businesses, with examples in hair, beauty and fashion.
Thea discusses the harmful mindset towards refugees in the UK.
Brazilian Society told us what diversity means to them.
Thea and Renée discuss white privilege in light of the BLM protests.
Jamie Woods reacts to the BBC’s controversial new impartiality guidelines
Elizabeth Ajao talks about how Britain’s Got Talent doesn’t provide an accepting space for black artistry.
Bridget shares her experience of Ireland’s reaction to “otherness”.
Finn Murphy discusses the representation of transgender people in the media.
Izzy Smith takes a look at the #instavsreality trend and its effect on body positivity.
Jordan looks at the shortcomings of sex education and what could be done to improve it.
Elena and Thea talk about how lingerie is become more inclusive so everyone can feel sexy.
Francesca describes the pressures of hustling during lockdown.
Francesca Benvenutto discusses the growing popularity of TikTok.
Renée gives some advice on how to meet people and make friends given current restrictions.
Clarissa looks at the topic of mental health in pop music, focusing on Lady Gaga, Demi Lovato, and Logic.
An introduction to photographer Chakktri Kaewkhamsorn.
Thom reviews Man’s Search for Meaning and discusses how it has helped him.
Jack looks at how confessional poetry has helped to destigmatise mental health.
As lockdown returns with a second season no-one asked for, here’s how film can help with your mental wellbeing over this lonesome winter.
Harry discusses some films that positively represent mental health, and gives his own suggestions.
Owen writes about historical appropriation and the Air Force Memorial.
Claudia continues the serial of ‘Editors Try…’
An interview with Royal Holloway’s magazine Our Voices for BAME creatives
Owen Williams records his and Claudia’s journey on the Keto diet, in the first of an Editors Try series.
Jordan interviews members of the LGBT+ society to ask some questions for our students.
Alex Whiteman writes about the allegations made against video game developer Ubisoft, and what we can do to support the victims. We reached out to Ubisoft for comment, but were not able to reach the right person.
Rachael writes about gender diversity in STEM.
Alex explores a selection of games and the diversity they include.
Ellie writes about the influence of social media on the American election
Rida writes about the need for diversity in STEM.
A poem by Royal Khodaie.
A short story by Cathy Snarey.
Hayley writes a short story called ‘The Lake and Your Name’.
Elizabeth has written a short story called ‘I’ll tell you again’.
Niamh writes a ghost story!
Two students share their experiences of studying/working abroad as part of their course at RHUL.
Eleanor Clark talks student tours, and her experience on History society’s trip to Athens and Absolute Harmony’s tour to Malta.
So you’ve arrived at Royal Holloway and maybe you’re feeling a bit cheated. University of London? As if; we’re in the middle of Surrey! Even though we’re only 40 minutes away so the big city is very much within reach, there are some gorgeous natural spots and places to visit closer to home too. At […]
FCO Ambassador James Reynolds offers his advice on travelling in the current climate.
As an FCO Ambassador, James Reynolds offers his advice regarding COVID-19 and travel during this difficult time.