The results are in. . . .

Between the stress of revision, the pressures of partying and the lure of the summer sunshine, it’s a wonder anyone at university can get anything done – especially if you study at such a stunning university as our own. Despite these hardships, we’ve managed to have a really successful last term. Not only has our climbing society finished the last couple of rounds of the LUBE competition, we have also completed a ‘Climathon’ in aid of BUWWEDA. Continue reading The results are in. . . .

Play Basketball, Save the Children!

On Sunday 6th March, RHUL Sikh Society and Basketball club organised a 3-on-3 basketball tournament to raise money for Save the Children charity. The scene was all set, the referees were ready, the teams discussed their tactics (or so it seemed) and warmed up on the side-lines. Eleven teams were lined up to be placed into groups, all knowing that only 3 teams would be leaving with a prize. Continue reading Play Basketball, Save the Children!

Colours Ball: An Open Letter

(Ed: As a letter to the editor, this article has been published unedited) Dear Sirs, Another year, another Colours Ball, another range of emotions. Surely there are few things in Royal Holloway’s repertoire which is more contradictory than the Colours Ball? For a ceremony designed to celebrate Holloway’s finest sportsmen and women and their achievements with their respective clubs, why is it so largely dictated … Continue reading Colours Ball: An Open Letter

RH Tom Cats win in Loughbourough

On Saturday 19th February the RH Tom Cats set off on their journey to Loughborough for a competition. First to hit the stage was the Tom Cats’ Hip Hop team. The girls performed with great attitude and enthusiasm despite the early start and their moves got the crowd going. Their performance followed the theme of “Money” and the story unfolded through a combination of their … Continue reading RH Tom Cats win in Loughbourough