One of the best parts about Richmond University is its multiple campuses. They give students a chance to experience different sides of London throughout their four years here. However, when most people think of Richmond’s various campuses they only consider … Continue reading We Have a Leeds Campus?
South Kensington and High Street Kensington is basically the hub for all of us Richmond students. Some of us go to the museums quite frequently as we take courses on the High Street campus. Though, have you ever wondered what … Continue reading Musical Monuments in South and High Street Kensington
WHY YOU SHOULD GO TO THE HARRY POTTER STUDIO TOUR By: Someone who owns Hogwarts socks for each House Alright strap in Harry Potter fans. Everyone (and I mean E V E R Y O N E) should do the … Continue reading Why You Should Go to the Harry Potter Studio Tour
The chills of autumn have long overshadowed the summer days, which are now shorter as the nights grow longer. Why not brighten up a dark autumn’s night with a Festival of Lights? The opportunity arrises Sunday, Oct. 16 with London’s … Continue reading Diwali Festival 2016 in Trafalgar Square
You’re going to hate me for saying “I found it before it was cool” but technically it’s not cool yet so I’m allowed to say it. A bit more than a year ago, I heard, through a Tumblr audio post, … Continue reading Who is Mitski?
Clowns. Whether or not you’ve ever had a phobia of them, there is no way to escape this creepy phenomena that is sweeping the United States. The first sighting of a person dressed up like a clown started in late … Continue reading Can This Be the Return of It?
The Drama Club here at Richmond University put on a production this past week (April 11th-15th), working tirelessly every day in the midst of essays and projects to put on performances each evening in our very own Richmond theater. The … Continue reading Oscar Wilde’s “An Ideal Husband” performed by Richmond students
In the traditional British style, the weather on March 27th 2016, the day of the world famous Oxford vs. Cambridge Boat Race, included hail, rain, and sunshine. Based on their uniforms, the “Light Blues” (Cambridge) and the “Dark Blues” (Oxford) … Continue reading Oxford vs. Cambridge Boat Race
The organized festivities that took place throughout London’s Chinatown on February 14th heralded in the Year of the Monkey, in the largest Lunar New Year celebration outside of Asia. Beginning with an extravagant parade in Trafalgar Square led by lion … Continue reading Chinese New Year 2016