Shay Gray

Why Representation Matters

Comment editor Shay Gray invites us to challenge the stereotype of unnecessary representation, and see why it truly matters for people to see themselves on the big screen.

The Power of Putting Yourself First.

Shay Gray explains, from personal experience, the importance of taking care of your mental health at University. Warning: this article discusses topics of anxiety attacks and suicidal ideation. Let’s not sugar coat it: University is kind of scary. You’re away from your family and living alone for quite possibly the first time in your life, […]

Which ‘Queer Eye’ is your accommodation?

Have you been binge-watching ‘Queer Eye’ and desperately scrambling to find the answer to the age-old question: if one of these men was a Royal Holloway University accommodation, which one would he be? Well, look no further than this fool-proof guide to which ‘Queer Eye’ guy is your accommodation. Founders Hall – Jonathan Van Ness […]

What happens after you attempt suicide?

Shannon Gray draws on personal experience to explain what services are available for those who have attempted to take their own lives.

Sign Here

Shannon Gray and Michele Theil discuss a student-led change.org petition for Holloway’s new library.

Is Autism Really That Atypical?

Shay Gray casts a critical eye over the new Netflix original series, Atypical, and questions how realistic it is in the portrayal of its main theme of autism.

“It’s Okay To Be White” posters appear across Egham

Deputy News Editor Shay Gray reports on an online campaign that has sparked outrage amongst Egham and Englefield Green locals.

Top Of The Charts

Deputy News Editor Shay Gray reports on Royal Holloway’s position in the newest University Guide.

How the Elizabeth Line will Affect You

Deputy News Editor Shay Gray answers key questions on the upcoming Elizabeth tube line and explores how it will impact the lives of Holloway students.

Making Your Relationship Survive the University Test

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