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An update on the alumni email service.
Vamsi Yerramsetty and Ben Spartz talk about starting their own business while studying for their Masters at Royal Holloway and making it to the semi-finals of the Santander X Entrepreneurship Awards.
Molly Poulter has had her first novel, 'A Tortuous Path' published recently. Molly participated in the Bedford Alumni Writer’s Evening. We caught up with her to find out more about her novel.
One of the Olympians from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games was rower and alumna, Charlotte Hodgkins-Byrne. We caught up with her about her first Olympics and her time at Royal Holloway
Hosted by the Australian conductor and alumnus Scott Wilson, the A Thousand Pictures podcast is an introduction to classical music: some of the most thrilling music ever imagined.
To allow students to hear from some of our motivational alumni, and to provide an accessible online initiative to engage with during the pandemic, the Volunteering Team created Be Inspired sessions.
Thanking students, staff and alumni for supporting their communities.
Alumnus Dr Christian Jarrett (BSc Psychology 1999) has written a new book, 'Be Who You Want: Unlocking the Science of Personality Change', which is being published in May.
Alumnus and Magician Arshdeep Soni has taken TikTok by storm. A member of London’s prestigious Magic Circle, he seemingly makes the impossible possible and boasts over 8m followers on the platform.
Alumnus Rodrigo Saavedra Bórquez was chosen to participate in last year’s The Economy of Francesco, a global summit of young economists, entrepreneurs and change makers from 120 countries.
In a year that would have usually seen dozens of alumni weddings hosted on campus, only one couple made it down the Chapel aisle in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Meet the new Mr and Mrs du Pille!
Alumna Lorraine Bobb is Head of Diagnostics at Diamond Light Source, the largest synchrotron facility (or ‘super-microscope’) in the UK. Find out more about her time at Royal Holloway and her work.