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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Win Super Bowl 55, Dominating Kansas City Chiefs, 31-9

Daniel Horner | Content Writer The Tampa Bay Buccaneers shut down the defending Super Bowl champions in an impressive all-round effort to become the first team to win the title at their own home, Raymond James Stadium.  Tom Brady further cemented his G.O.A.T legacy with another stellar performance; his three touchdown passes secured him the games MVP award and at 43, became the oldest player … Continue reading Tampa Bay Buccaneers Win Super Bowl 55, Dominating Kansas City Chiefs, 31-9

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Tackling Uni Homesickness

Cyann Fielding | Content Writer Homesickness whilst at university is a common feeling amongst students, but with a rather weird past year a new kind of homesickness has emerged: a homesickness for your university home. With many students unable to return to campus following the New Year, many feel as if they are missing out on their independence, missing their friends, and also their freedom. … Continue reading Tackling Uni Homesickness

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Legal Case Against On-Campus Parking Company Ruled as ‘an Abuse of Process’

By Carlota Santos Movilla | News Editor In January to February of 2020, Dr Neil Scott, a Royal Holloway alumni who became an Economics teaching fellow of Econometrics at RHUL, struggled to see eye to eye with the on-campus parking company First Parking. He was also a PhD candidate at the time. Dr Scott found it difficult to achieve a parking permit since he was … Continue reading Legal Case Against On-Campus Parking Company Ruled as ‘an Abuse of Process’

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Conversations with RHUL Writers

Ali Krausova | Content Writer Throughout the last month of 2020, I have reflected on creating and living in and after the crisis with four first year students as well as great women, and this is how it went: Ali: ‘How would you describe your writing? What inspires you?’Emily March: ‘I suppose I’d describe my writing as very broad with attention to small details. I … Continue reading Conversations with RHUL Writers

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History’s Largest Strike in India

Aled Iestyn Lewis | Student Contributor On 26 November 2020, 10 trade unions and several left-wing parties in India organised a mass general strike with an estimated 250 million participants, roughly 18% of India’s population (working out as 1 in 30 people on the planet), making these strikes the largest in history. Historically, some of the only general strikes to even reach the tens of … Continue reading History’s Largest Strike in India

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The Strange Weather in Tokyo

Michelle Kennedy | Content Writer Hiromi Kawakami wrote The Strange Weather in Tokyo  in 2001. This beautifully written, understated love story is set in Japan, and tells the story of two individuals falling slowly, but unquestionably, in love. Alongside this progression, the narrator details rich Japanese traditions according to the season, from mushroom picking to drinking sake in a bar late at night. There is … Continue reading The Strange Weather in Tokyo

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Cat Person and Other Stories

Emily Black | Content Writer *** Content Warning: Self harm, unhealthy relationships *** Viral internet sensations tend to come in the form of controversial tweets or amusing videos, not literature. Yet Kristen Roupenian’s short story, Cat Person, went viral after its 2017 publication in The New Yorker. As a result of this fragmented reception, the story received attention due to a form of mistaken identity. … Continue reading Cat Person and Other Stories

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Boris Johnson’s 5-Point Plan From the General Assembly of the UN

Dominic Taylor | Content Writer In the 75th annual General Assembly of the United Nations and the first to be online, Boris Johnson outlined a 5-point plan to ‘protect humanity against another pandemic’, stating that the United Kingdom would use their presidency of the G7 in 2021 to establish a new approach towards health security. The first aim was to ‘stop a new disease before … Continue reading Boris Johnson’s 5-Point Plan From the General Assembly of the UN