Dominic Taylor | Content Writer Following the interruption of the 2019/20 football season, the summer transfer window had been moved. Instead of starting in July and ending at the start of August like last season in the Premier League, it began 27th July and ended on the 5th October – with transfers within the English football league allowed to continue for a number of weeks … Continue reading 2020 Premier League Summer Transfer Window Rundown
By Georgia Bisbas | Content Writer Alderton’s 2018 memoir was met with critical acclaim, it was a Sunday Times Best Seller and won a National Book Award for Autobiography of the Year, not to mention the unilateral praise from her adoring fan base of millennial women who relate to and admire her writing. I am one such card-carrying member, and let me tell you, we … Continue reading ‘Everything I Know About Love’ by Dolly Alderton
Harry Mear | Content Writer As the quadrennial U.S. Presidential Election draws ever closer, reflection upon the feats and fiascos of the Trump administration is imperative and reactions towards the final debate will be a deciding factor for voters. On the 3rd of November, the results will be in and America, along with the rest of the world, will have their questions answered, and perhaps … Continue reading The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election: The Final Debate
Harry Mear | Content Writer Cast your mind back to April 2019 if you can, Biden announces he intends to run for the presidency, he has a strong following within his party and across the world the talking heads begin rallying to his cause. With a recognised and honourable career in public office spanning 36 years as a Senator for Delaware followed by two terms … Continue reading The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election: The Story So Far…
Liam Elvish | Content Writer H.G. Wells once said that ‘Civilisation is a race between disaster and education.’ Perhaps there is no greater contemporary example of such an assertion than in modern America where, since 2017, every unintelligible thing uttered is said with authority and all the great possibilities of language cease to exist. The perpetrator is still seeking some form of grace and even … Continue reading Comment- The First Presidential Debate 2020
Grace Rollison | Content Writer A series of new national restrictions came into place on Thursday 24th September following the resurgence of a second wave of COVID- 19 across the UK. Addressing the nation on Thursday evening, Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlined new measures. These include a 22:00 curfew on pubs, bars and restaurants who are now restricted to table service, a shift to encouraging … Continue reading Coronavirus Restrictions: What are the New Measures and how has Royal Holloway Been Affected?
Chloe Boulton | Content Writer In September 1992, Alfred A. Knopf published the debut novel of a then 28-year-old Donna Tartt, called The Secret History. The novel is set in a small college in Vermont, inspired quite heavily by Tartt’s own alma mater: the exclusive Bennington College. The Secret History is about a group of Classics students, and the events that occur when the group’s … Continue reading ‘The Secret History’ by Donna Tartt
Georgia Bisbas | Student Writer Smith’s latest collection of essays, Intimations is exactly what it says on the tin. Simultaneously prophetic and immediate, each essay hints towards the unified dilemmas and aversions of lockdown, all while interrogating cultural issues in the wider world through her signature intelligent tone. I read these essays on a grey afternoon, much like the grey afternoons of lockdown, but I … Continue reading ‘Intimations’ by Zadie Smith