Ali Krausova | Content Writer Throughout the last month of 2020, I have reflected on creating and living in and after the crisis with four first year students as well as great women, and this is how it went: Ali: ‘How would you describe your writing? What inspires you?’Emily March: ‘I suppose I’d describe my writing as very broad with attention to small details. I … Continue reading Conversations with RHUL Writers
Film Editor | Graciela Mae Chico Documentary filmmaker and Royal Holloway alum Anna Snowball talks with The Founder about her BFI London Film Festival selected short documentary, Spring Fever, as well as her filmmaking journey during and post-university. The film, which was part of the ‘In the Age of Consent programme, highlights a class so refreshing, and frankly a flicker of hope amidst the current … Continue reading LFF19: An interview with Spring Fever director Anna Snowball
Film Editor | Graciela Mae Chico I sat down with Media Arts (what we know now as the Film, TV & Digital Production course) alumni Josef Bates on the afternoon before the first screening of his short film Tic at this year’s BFI London Film Festival. After catching him up on the new, lengthy course title, as well as bonding over the infamous and unchanging … Continue reading LFF 2019: Josef Bates on navigating the ‘clouded view’ of the industry post-university and his black comedy film, Tic.
Cassandra Lau | Editor A huge congratulations to those who have been elected Sabbatical Officers in Royal Holloway Students’ Union for 2019/20. The past week has been extremely exhausting for those involved in the campaign process for the SU elections. It is incredible to see the enthusiasm and effort put in by all candidates in spite of the wind and rain. With great pleasure, The … Continue reading Interview with Royal Holloway Students’ Union Sabbatical Officers for 2019/20
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
*Warning: This behaviour is not endorsed or encouraged by The Founder. Editor | Cassandra Lau Tis the season to be stressed and worried, fa la la la la, la la, la la. Fortunately, this year the English department has introduced staggered deadlines which will greatly help reduce essay burdens off of English students. However, for those who find themselves in the unfortunate situation of having … Continue reading Not Encouraged Antidote to Last Minute Essays
Currently folk is an ever-present genre in the charts on both sides of the Atlantic thanks to the work of acts such as Fleet Foxes and Mumford and Sons. On 26 September, Medicine played host to up-and-coming singer-songwriter Luke Ritchie; an artist who is looking to join such heady ranks with his sincere stage presence and melodic song-craft. With acoustic guitar in-hand Ritchie showcased five … Continue reading Going electric; Mayans; juicy pear: An interview with Luke Ritchie
On Thursday 27 January Nick Wheeler, the man who founded Charles Tyrwhitt 24 years ago from his room in halls, will be coming to Royal Holloway to give the inaugural Thomas Holloway Entrepreneurship Lecture. This year marks the 125th anniversary of the founding of Royal Holloway by the beloved Victorian entrepreneur after whom the College is named. In anticipation of this visit, The Founder has an exclusive interview with the man behind one of Britain’s best known high street retailers. Continue reading Meet the £40m founder of Charles Tyrwhitt