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Interview with Father John: Royal Holloway’s Catholic Chaplain

Interview conducted by Michele Theil [T]he answer is forgiveness – forgiving yourself, forgiving other people… It’s important to help people who are struggling and listen to their struggles. We’ve got to realise that terrible things happen and that people feel really bitter and hurt by it, but we have to help them move on and move through the pain towards resolution, acceptance and growth. Earlier … Continue reading Interview with Father John: Royal Holloway’s Catholic Chaplain

10 Films To Watch for LGBT+ History Month

Film Editor | Graciela Mae Chico   Two years after the abolition of Section 28, an act which stated that local authorities “shall not intentionally promote homosexuality or publish material with the intention of promoting homosexuality” in February 2003, the month was declared LGBT+ History Month. The awareness month, led by Sue Sanders and Paul Patrick (Schools OUT UK Project), continues to this day. While … Continue reading 10 Films To Watch for LGBT+ History Month

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#WearRedDay

This month will see the country turning red, not for Valentine’s day, but in support of Congenital Heart Disease awareness.  Established in the U.K. by the Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire based Children’s Heart Surgery Fund, the day helps to raise awareness and funding to help children and adults born with congenital heart disease – funding equipment and further research. Congenital heart disease – also referred … Continue reading #WearRedDay

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Holocaust Memorial Day: Why we need to remember

Lifestyle Editor | Kyrie Roxby   There is nothing in the world that can explain or help us understand the Holocaust and the millions of senseless murders that happened during it. There is, however, the need to remember the events of it and the many lives lost because of the violence and racism brought against millions of innocent people. The best way of remembering all … Continue reading Holocaust Memorial Day: Why we need to remember

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‘Know Your Status’: World AIDS Day 30 Years On

Film Editor | Graciela Mae Chico Forty years after the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s, an estimated 36.9 million people worldwide are still living with HIV. Despite AIDS-related deaths reducing to more than 51% – since its peak in 2001 – it is estimated that the illness still caused almost a million deaths in 2017. (UNAIDS.org) This year the fight to defeat  HIV and AIDS … Continue reading ‘Know Your Status’: World AIDS Day 30 Years On

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World Tolerance Day 2018: Understanding Intolerance is Key.

Featured Photograph: During the time of Apartheid in South Africa, when black people were denied their basic human and political rights, two youngsters of different races forge a connection in Cape Town. / UN Photo (1982) Editor | Cassandra Lau   World Tolerance Day marks the 16th November every year as a day to generate public awareness of the dangers and unacceptability of intolerance. “Tolerance … Continue reading World Tolerance Day 2018: Understanding Intolerance is Key.

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Match Report: Mens Basketball V Surrey

Treasurer of Basketball | Ieuan Greaves Royal Holloway, Sports Centre | 24 October | 16:15 Men’s Basketball secured their first win of the season against local rivals Surrey in intense fashion after scoring in the dying seconds of the match to win 75-74. The game started off fast with Surrey getting the best of the opening exchanges, which meant that they went into the break … Continue reading Match Report: Mens Basketball V Surrey