I love Christmas, but as I settle down to my bruninner – breakfast, lunch and dinner all rolled into one because I can’t afford three meals a day – it occurs to me that this year I’m doing Christmas on budget Continue reading How to do Christmas without breaking the bank
The wonders of human innovation were hammered home to me this week, when it came to my attention that I was sharing my shower space with a bottle of shampoo that purported to smell like ‘whipped silk’. It took me some time to comprehend the enormity of such a claim, but once it hit me, I was quite overcome. Continue reading The luxury of modern times
Alexandra Sanson and Fiona Redding report on the build up to the General Election Continue reading Pre-Election Debate: MPs, Journalists and the Royal Holloway Debating Society
A sense of commercial awareness isn’t just for commerce; it’s necessary in every job that involves money (i.e. all of them!) Continue reading Commercial Awareness
“If I may borrow some song lyrics for a moment, “they say a picture is worth a thousand words. So with these thousand words I’ll paint a picture in your mind that breaks the rule of thirds.” The picture I am going to create is my trip over Christmas to Japan.” Continue reading The Land of the Rising Sun
We don’t still think the earth is flat, so why do we still treat people for epilepsy with water? Continue reading The 10:23 Campaign, and Homeopathy
For five consecutive days, between the 19th & 23rd of October, RHUL’s Amnesty International Society mobilised themselves for events around campus to raise awareness for Human Rights. ‘Protect the Human Week’ was part of a larger campaign by Amnesty International as a whole, but these images reveal RHUL’s take on the matter. Bookending the week’s events, the volunteers rid students of their inhibitions by giving … Continue reading Holloway protects the Human!
As always, I set out slightly behind schedule for my hotly anticipated interview. Having sprinted to the station I sat slumped in a sweaty mess trying to compose myself and read over my notes to try and ensure I didn’t slip up. The Ryman HQ is situated just next to Wimbledon train station so there was little time to do this. Paphitis’s office is modest … Continue reading Interview with Theo Paphitis