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On the 9th of January, Insanity invited the Student Radio Chart to our Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Listen and find out what the team got up to.
Brooking Roffey from the Insanity Music Team tells us about City Splash – a celebration of reggae music, Caribbean food and high-vibe culture in the beautiful Beckenham Place parkland.
A pop-up vaccination centre will be operating at the Hythe Centre, on Saturday the 26th, and Tuesday the 29th
Students have criticised Royal Holloway’s ‘weak’ response, following screenshots posted to social media, which allegedly show a first year Master’s student at the university racially abusing a Black woman online, because of her skin colour.
The event, which would have seen the controversial ex-MP Chris Williamson speak to students, has been cancelled by the SU following strong criticism.
Black Lives Matter. Remaining silent is not an option.
We’re working with Surrey County Council to make it easy to find support services near you in Surrey.
Meg isn’t letting lockdown stop her raising money for two fantastic charities – CLIC Sargent and Start The Wave. Find out how you can get involved.
As well as the move to online exams, summer graduations have been postponed.
Starting at 9PM Friday, through until 2PM on Sunday, Meg will be taking over the airwaves for her fifth successive year, to raise money for CLIC Sargent and Start The Wave.
Royal Holloway has cancelled its annual Science Festival which was due to take place at its Egham campus on Saturday 7 March.