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  • Bring It On MTS.

    There is no doubt that the Musical Theatre Society had a busy 2016; last term’s production of ‘Bring It On’ received...

    Sports and SocsIsabel Swanson30/01/2017
  • Doctor Who?

    Ruby Rogers discusses the decline of BBC’s ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Sherlock’ “Doctor who?” – the famous question, that has been asked...

    Artsruby_rogers30/01/2017
  • Viral Violence: a new kind of crime.

    The twenty first century has been marked by developments in medicine, science and technology. Importantly, the last decade has seen a...

    CommentSahar Mahmood27/01/2017
  • Meg Radios for Rob

    Beth Carr reports on Insanity Radio’s recent 36 hour radio marathon for charity. What would it take for you to do...

    FeaturesBeth Carr27/01/2017
  • Rowing to the Rescue

    On the 5th of December, the members of the Royal Holloway Rowing club sat on rowing machines outside Bedford Library and...

    Sports and SocsMichele Theil26/01/2017
  • McFly: It’s All About Egham

    Four-piece boyband McFly have been spotted in Waitrose Egham during their writing trip. Joanne Archer charts the recent developments of the...

    Arts - Online onlyJoanne Archer25/01/2017
  • Name for New Library Centre Announced

    On the 11 January 2017, the name for the new library centre was finally announced. After months of deliberation Professor Paul...

    NewsAnna Robinson25/01/2017
  • Why do we love the Sims?

    When conjuring up the image of a ‘gamer’, what might come to mind is someone void of human interaction, sitting in...

    Science & GamingAlis Reid25/01/2017
  • Love in a test tube?

    As the 14th of February approaches once again, the population seems to fall into three categories: those that embrace the sentimentality...

    Science & GamingGrace Yeadon24/01/2017
  • Marrow Society: An Introduction

    Emma Halahan finds out more about the latest society to get ratified, Marrow, linked to the bone marrow donation charity, Anthony...

    Sports and SocsEmma Halahan24/01/2017

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