Izzi Vaughan | Editor in Chief Contractors Balfour Beatty were announced on the 31st March as the preferred bidder for the development of Rusham Park as a new student village for Royal Holloway, as well as day to day management of George Eliot Hall. The land, next to the Sport’s Centre, is to be developed into ‘affordable but high-quality living, social and amenity spaces for … Continue reading Development of Rusham Park Raises Questions of Sustainability at the University
News Editor | James Neal Royal Holloway has risen five places to 19th place in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020. The national rankings, published on Sunday, the 22nd of September, includes the performance of universities in the 2019 NSS, with Holloway students reporting a satisfaction score of 88% and other factors such as, degree results, employment rates and course completion numbers. … Continue reading Royal Holloway Rises to Become a Top 20 UK University
The outgoing Editor’s final thoughts on our peculiar rivalry Continue reading The Flounder vs. The Snorbital
Absolute Harmony’s Spring Concert: 15th and 16th March 2013 – raising money for Marie Curie. I’ve been lucky enough to see Absolute Harmony perform a few times at university, and they’ve never disappointed. Their Spring Concert was no different. Set in the less-than-salubrious Arts Lecture Theatre, Absolute Harmony showcased their take on a number of classic pop songs, including ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and ‘Take Your Mama’; … Continue reading Absolute Harmony Wow at Spring Concert
Great Writing clashes with Didactics in Anders Lustgarten’s Black Mirror Continue reading Review at the Royal Court: Anders Lustgarten’s ‘If You Don’t Let Us Dream, We Won’t Let You Sleep’.
Cat Kay walks us through Atwood’s diverse universe, and argues it’s not so dissimilar from our own Continue reading The Cat-alogue: Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ – Fiction, or a Real Threat?
Liv Soutter takes us down the rabbit hole that recently appeared on campus… Continue reading Campus Review: Laura Wade’s ‘Alice’.