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  • ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’

    Georgia Beith criticises the ban of ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ Upon first inspection, the Indian Hindi film ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’...

    ArtsGeorgia Beith29/03/2017
  • Gigi Hadid, Vogue, the Hijab and the West.

    There has been much controversy surrounding Gigi Hadid’s cover for Vogue Arabia in which she adorns a veil and poses for...

    CommentSahar Mahmood28/03/2017
  • Dreamgirls: A Dream Come True

    Dreamgirls, a brilliant musical that opened in October 2016 at The Savoy Theatre on the West End stars Glee’s Amber Riley...

    ArtsMichele Theil28/03/2017
  • Reel Fashion Show

    Kathryn Pearson reviews the Reel Fashion Show: a collaboration of societies’ designers and performers. Set in Stumble Out under hazy lighting...

    Sports and SocsKathryn Pearson27/03/2017
  • Celebrating medical marvels

    Medical documentaries are fascinating, informative and wide-reaching, but often toe a fine line between removing taboos around common conditions and reinforcing...

    FeaturesGrace Yeadon24/03/2017
  • Most Disadvantaged Teenagers Less Likely to go to University than Ever Before

    Recent reports regarding access to higher education suggests that those from disadvantaged areas in the UK are less likely to attend university....

    NewsLouise Jones24/03/2017
  • Raise Up Your Talents

    Michele Theil reviews the Raise-And-Give Talent Show, an event raising money for three excellent charities. The Raise-And-Give society’s charity event, aptly...

    Sports and SocsMichele Theil23/03/2017
  • Armstrong Gun Burgled

    An Englefield Green pub favoured by students for its quizzes and karaoke nights has been burgled. The Armstrong Gun, situated on...

    NewsPaco Tijdink23/03/2017
  • Interview with Nishall Garala

    Deputy Editor Louise Jones caught up with Nishall Garala Religious Affairs Officer for Royal Holloway’s Hindu Society to talk about all...

    FeaturesLouise Jones22/03/2017
  • Exclusive: The all-access guide to RHUL’s new library

    The Orbital’s Joanne Archer gives you the low down on the new Library and Student Services Centre. We promise you it’s...

    FeaturesJoanne Archer22/03/2017

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