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'The Force Is Getting Stronger'

Earlier this year our screens were graced with the cutest character in history- The Child (A.K.A “Baby Yoda”)!

Getting it done- time management for students

University can, at times, be very stressful and time-consuming. As students, we often have multiple commitments, and 24 hours are just not enough. Solution? Improving your time management.

RGU:Union Black History Month - a round up

This month the Union has been putting on a range of events to celebrate Black History Month. Although the events have had to be online, to comply with the covid-19 restrictions, there has still been a wide range of activities to appeal to everyone. These include NetflixParties, ‘Safe Space Discussions’ and fundraising quizzes.


Review of AirPop's Light SE face masks

Fri 25 Jun 2021

Recently Radar had the opportunity to review the innovative AirPop Light SE face mask.

Roll for Initiative

Tue 27 Apr 2021

With lockdown having many people lose their minds at the thought of being stuck inside, I and others are taking advantage of all this free time. We are using this opportunity to sit down and play a few hours of the “world’s greatest role-playing game

How Has Covid-19 Impacted the Fashion Industry?

Sat 24 Apr 2021

Covid-19 has had a major impact on the fashion industry. With many fashion retailers having to temporarily close their doors, resulting in staff either being furloughed by the government or losing their jobs. Whilst, some local fashion retailers and

Granite City to Face Major Loss

Fri 23 Apr 2021

John Lewis, the heart and soul of the Aberdeen community, is to close.

Handy Revision Top Tips

Thu 22 Apr 2021

With exams arriving there is a rush to the finish line. However, in order to help you manage, during what can be an extremely stressful time, Radar has compiled a list of handy revision top tips.

Top Spring Hobbies

Wed 21 Apr 2021

Cherry blossom

Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming. With it very much feeling like Spring, Radar takes a look at some hobbies that will help you to fully enjoy the season.

Spring Decoration Tips

Tue 20 Apr 2021

An Easter crafts scene, with a daffodil on left hand-side and handmade chick and bunny in center

With it being the middle of Spring, here at Radar, we decided to decorate our homes to reflect the season. This article will discuss what every Spring-themed home needs, from the colour scheme to the decorations.

Spring Cleaning Top Tips

Mon 19 Apr 2021

With a mint green background a hand leans in from the right hand-side wearing a pink marigold glove

Spring has arrived. Hard to believe right? Whilst we’re cosied up at home for the foreseeable, it’s the perfect time to roll our sleeves up, don some Marigolds, and get cleaning. After all, a tidy home means a tidy mind. Here are some tips to get you

How To Give Your Old Clothing A New Lease Of Life

Sun 18 Apr 2021

A person in a white and black striped t-shirt is sorting a pile of clothes

With ClothesAid stating that “350,000 tonnes...of used but still wearable clothing goes to landfill in the UK every year”, Radar decided to look at three simple ways we can reuse our clothes and help save the environment.

Prince Philip - The Royal Life He Led

Sat 17 Apr 2021

Prince Philip memorial Birmingham

On the 9th of April 2021, the nation was shocked by the death of the Duke of Edinburgh at the age of 99. It has devastated all of his relatives and those who idolised him around the world. This article will be dedicated to Prince Philip and all of th

Megan and Harry on Oprah: A Royal Roast

Fri 16 Apr 2021

“Greater than any fairytale you’ve read”. That’s how Meghan chose to end her and Prince Harry’s ‘no-subject-off-limits’ interview with Oprah. Her husband, “saved all of us”, she said. “We’ve not just survived, but we’re thriving.”

Freak Weather: The Extreme Weather Conditions In Texas And The Rest Of The U.S

Thu 15 Apr 2021


In February 2021, President Joe Biden visited Texas after a severe winter storm left millions of people without energy.

Morning Motivation Tips

Mon 12 Apr 2021

On blankets there is a wooden clock on the left hand side and a cup of tea on the right-hand side

With lockdown seeming to create a real-life Groundhog Day scenario, it’s difficult to find the determination to be productive. However, with these simple tips you’ll manage to finish your to-do list and still have time to watch an episode of your fav

Fabulous Feminist Films

Sun 11 Apr 2021

Typewriter with a piece of paper that reads 'FEMALE EMPOWERMENT'

In this article Radar decided to take a look at some fabulous feminist films. From musicals to documentaries, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Spring Baking Recipes

Fri 09 Apr 2021

Cupcakes with sprinkles at top

With Spring now here, we thought it would be a good idea to suggest some delicious goodies for you to make while being stuck at home. After all, who doesn’t love a sweet treat?

An Exciting World Book Day For Uryside School Pupils

Tue 06 Apr 2021

A pile of books on the left hand side with a grey background.

A primary school in Aberdeen celebrated World Book Day. How did they do this? By making a book character trail for its pupils and their families!

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