To Top
  • Coffee House Sessions: Mark Sullivan

    Beth Carr chats to Mark Sullivan after the first Coffee House Session of the term. Mark Sullivan brought a mellow and...

    ArtsBeth Carr17/02/2017
  • What’s the Deal With…Zealandia?

    Continental drift has altered the surface of our planet for millions of years, giving rise to various conglomerations of crust like...

    Science & GamingGrace Yeadon17/02/2017
  • #NoFilter with RHCU

    Beth Carr speaks to Christian Union President, Lizzy Fretwell, about their upcoming events week, entitled #NoFilter. Taking place from 20th-24th February,...

    Sports and Socs - Online onlyBeth Carr16/02/2017
  • Learning Self Defence

    On the 8th of February, the Royal Holloway Karate, Judo and Ninjutsu ran Royal Holloway’s first free self-defence lesson. I arrived...

    Sports and SocsClara Cohen14/02/2017
  • Redevelopment Plans Released for Egham Town Centre

    There are huge development plans in the pipeline for Egham town centre. For the past few years, Egham been set for...

    NewsAnna Robinson09/02/2017
  • The bucket list- generic, cringe, cliche?

    Christmas is over and summer feels like forever away; this in-between period is the WORST!! Especially when exams and deadlines are...

  • Comedy Society Showcase

    Royal Holloway’s Comedy Society is popular for one reason: everyone wants to laugh. There are around 20 regular members of the...

    Sports and SocsMichele Theil08/02/2017
  • Don’t be SAD

    It’s not the most light-hearted topic, but maybe that’s why it affects so many people. Depression is very common for people...

    LifestyleHannah Rogers08/02/2017
  • Coffee House Sessions: Matt Wills

    Beth Carr reviews the final Coffee House Session of last term. With November almost over, Matt Wills brought last term’s Coffee...

    ArtsBeth Carr07/02/2017
  • Turn Off Your Phone

    Nebiu Samuel discusses the possibility of a theatre mode for iPhones and his take on cinema etiquette. We’ve all been there...

    ArtsNebiu Samuel07/02/2017

The Orbital is a monthly magazine produced by students at Royal Holloway University of London.

Complaints about any content on this site should, in the first instance be addressed to

Copyright © 2016 The Orbital Magazine, Royal Holloway University of London