‘I started going to my history lectures recently, and then my seminars. I’m disappointed by the lack of silver service and that there’s no table wine, but I suppose this is uni life.’ Continue reading The Adventures of Montague ‘Fresh’ DeLarge: Part the 2nd – The Essay
Crosslands is actually a surprisingly atmospheric venue for a gig; its moody red lighting creates a rather cosy setting for an evening of music, drinks and light-conversation in-between sets. It was all the more cosy because the place was rammed with people – some there just for the music, some there for a preamble to a night at the SU, others just stumbled in – … Continue reading Review: The Smallest Jazz Club in Europe presents…Wildeflower, Ampers&nd, Tawny and Blues-Jam
The Royal Holloway Students’ Union came under scrutiny for their budget deficit of £98,464. However, as The Founder has discovered, their mismanagement appears to also extend to the practises surrounding their bar staff. Having spoken with several of their employees who work both in Medicine and the SU Main Building (all of whom wish to remain anonymous), rather startling issues have come to light. On their … Continue reading Are Students’ Union Bar Conditions Fair?