It was only uploaded yesterday, but already ‘Eton Style’ has accumulated over 100,000 views on YouTube. A parody of the worldwide sensation ‘Gangnam Style’, it follows a group of Etonians dressed in their tailcoats and white ties rapping about money, frustration and social awkwardness. The boys claim, “can’t talk to women, although we try, we’re just too shy – if you approach us then we … Continue reading Have you got Eton Style?
After winning a recent by-election, Royal Holloway student Natasha Lavender has become a local authority councillor for Windsor and Maidenhead Council; she is the youngest in the borough and one of the youngest in the country. Natasha, 21, in her fourth year at the College and is studying European Studies, which she says has equipped her with ‘knowledge essential for successfully engaging in the political … Continue reading Royal Holloway Student Elected Windsor Councillor
In yet another refreshing example of RHUL-associated academics stimulating national discussion and thought, Professor Ewan Fernie, who left the RHUL English faculty at the end of winter term, with the help of RHUL English faculty members ex-Poet Laureate Andrew Motion, and Costa Book Prize-winner Jo Shapcott, is spearheading a public attempt to ‘reclaim’ St. George from the far-right and rebrand him with as belonging to … Continue reading RHUL English faculty and ex-faculty members reclaim St. George to create new ‘agnostic civic liturgy’