Royal Holloway’s students deserve better than Wednesday’s poorly-executed evacuation. To adequately protect its community members, Royal Holloway must address its emergency unpreparedness and communicate security threats more effectively.
In light of the recent police presence on campus, Rachel Hains explores whether or not there is more the university could be doing to make students feel safer.
Many of us upload selfies of photos of things we have done to social media so we can share with our friends, family, and other virtual acquaintances. Internet search engines have clocked onto the popularity of images and allow us to search images across the web just like we search key words. Websites like www.imageraider.com […]
It may not have come with a grand declaration of public announcement, but it certainly hasn’t gone unnoticed; the SSHH bus service has been reduced to running on function nights. After a review of the Student Union services over the last academic year, funding for the SSHH bus has been severely reduced, affecting the amount […]
A friend of a teenager who was killed in a fatal collision in Ashford over Christmas, has started an online petition for a footbridge to be built over the A30, to prevent future accidents.Lia Slade, 13, was hit on the Staines bound carriageway of the A30 London road at 5pm on Saturday 27th December, and […]