Helena Keeble recounting listening to Salman Rushdie at the London Literature Festival.
Maria Green encourages aspiring musicians to attend BBC Music Introducing Live: a three-day event packed with talks, panels, performances, masterclasses and more.
Helena Keeble recounting The Late Night Library Club’s event in Hackney, London with novelist Alan Hollinghurst.
Mariam Gevorgyan discusses the life changing work of Edmilson Angelo, an MA student from Oxford currently studying a PhD in Politics and International Relations at RHUL, and his ambition to tackle poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Natasha Lam discusses the A21 Walk for Freedom, a protest against human trafficking and slavery.
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.
Deputy Editor Stephanie Bagnall reports on a new mural for the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Dreamgirls, a brilliant musical that opened in October 2016 at The Savoy Theatre on the West End stars Glee’s Amber Riley and tells the story of a group of African American singers in the 1960s trying to make a name for themselves. I had the opportunity to see Dreamgirls last month at the Savoy theatre […]
Unfortunately Pret-a-Manger’s pop-up Veggie cafe in Soho is not called ‘Pret-a-Veggie’ but is instead simply entitled ‘Veggie Pret’. Personally I think “ready to Veggie” sounds pretty quirky and but oh well,life goes on. Veggie Pret opened in June as a one month idea that probably wouldn’t last and three months later it is 1. Still […]
One woman has died and a further five injured in a knife attack in Russell Square last night, close to Senate House Library and 11 Bedford Square. Now seen as a random attack by the Metropolitan Police, a 19 year old man was arrested at the scene and investigations are continuing into the man’s background […]