Tag: Netflix

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 […]

The Strangest Thing about Season Two

The second season of Stranger Things promises new characters, monsters and intrigue, but has a pretty glaring achilles’ heel.

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.

The Art of Doing Nothing

Michele Theil talks about ‘doing nothing’ and why it is essential and beneficial to sit back and relax sometimes. 

Learning French with Kimmy Schmidt

Beth Carr discusses how Netflix can be used as a tool to learn different languages.

A Bone to Pick

Sub-Editor Michele Theil critiques Netflix’ portrayal of eating disorders in their new film To The Bone and explains the issue with it.

Netflix & Diversity

Orbital’s Georgia Beith gets to grips with an issue bigger than Netflix and Chill: the topic of Netflix and Diversity. Netflix is widely recognised as the future of the entertainment industry – it’s not news to anyone. It’s a way of watching film and TV that has rapidly increased in popularity. But it isn’t just […]

10 things to know about being a RHUL Fresher

Welcome Fresher’s! Fresher’s Week can be a bit of a minefield, so I’ve asked some second years for any sage advice they have on it. With this inspiring wisdom, I have compiled a handy checklist of tips about RoHo to help you navigate these tricky waters: 1. ‘Ruby Wines’ in Englefield Green is your new […]

A Love Letter to Netflix

Hey, I would say it’s been a while, but we were together an hour ago when I should have been writing an essay. This is what I need to talk to you about. I think we need to take some time apart. Over summer, it seemed too good to be true. It was a perfect […]