Radar Magazine

RGU Uni Boob Team is back to encourage you to CoppaFeel

After having to close its doors last year the RGU Uni Boob Team are making a comeback to campus. The representatives are making a resurgence this semester in order to spread the importance?of copping a feel every month.

 
Breaking the Speed Barrier: Kipchoge Does the Impossible

Kenyan long distance runner Eliud Kipchoge accomplished the impossible this Saturday, after a record breaking accomplishment - running a marathon in under 2 hours.

 
Joker Review

With all the moral outcry and boycotting of this movie going on there’s one question on everyone’s mind; is the hype surrounding Joaquin Phoenix's Joker true?

 
Is Friends Still Relevant 25 Years Later? (Spoiler alert: it is)

Friends lift you up when you are down, commiserate with you, celebrate with you and trudge along with you through this journey called life. It comes as no surprise that a show about friendship remains popular 25 years after it debuted.

 
Heart Research UK Launch Art Fundraiser with a Twist

Grab some art and help some hearts with Heart Research UK's online fundraiser which will give you the chance to bid on one-of-a-kind pieces from entertainment and art powerhouses.

 
 

The Queen's Speech: Proposals Explained

Thu 17 Oct 2019

The Queen’s Speech is normally a yearly event that marks the beginning of the parliamentary year. Radar will inform you what was said at this year’s Queens Speech and why it matters in modern society.

 
RGU Uni Boob Team is back to encourage you to CoppaFeel

Thu 17 Oct 2019

After having to close its doors last year the RGU Uni Boob Team are making a comeback to campus. The representatives are making a resurgence this semester in order to spread the importance?of copping a feel every month.

 
Best tips to deal with an RGU group coursework

Wed 16 Oct 2019

Are you struggling with the thought of group work? Does it seem too much of a challenge? Well, Radar have got you covered with some tips on how to make it a more positive experience.

 
Breaking the Speed Barrier: Kipchoge Does the Impossible

Wed 16 Oct 2019

Kenyan long distance runner Eliud Kipchoge accomplished the impossible this Saturday, after a record breaking accomplishment - running a marathon in under 2 hours.

 
Joker Review

Tue 15 Oct 2019

With all the moral outcry and boycotting of this movie going on there’s one question on everyone’s mind; is the hype surrounding Joaquin Phoenix's Joker true?

 
How to Enjoy Yourself on Campus Between Lectures

Mon 14 Oct 2019

You're in all day - kind of bored and just waiting around for your next class to begin. What do you do to make the time pass? Well Radar have some tips to make those long days hopefully be less of a challenge.

 
Fans gathered at 4TG Game Con of Aberdeen

Thu 10 Oct 2019

Aberdeen Harry Potter fans gathered in their massses at the P&J Live to see the exclusive never-before-seen exhibition.

 
Netflix's October Releases

Wed 09 Oct 2019

It’s the season to get cosy and comfortable. It’s perfect Netlfix binging weather! This is your guide to the new releases this month on Netflix!

 
Is Friends Still Relevant 25 Years Later? (Spoiler alert: it is)

Tue 08 Oct 2019

Friends lift you up when you are down, commiserate with you, celebrate with you and trudge along with you through this journey called life. It comes as no surprise that a show about friendship remains popular 25 years after it debuted.

 
Heart Research UK Launch Art Fundraiser with a Twist

Mon 07 Oct 2019

Grab some art and help some hearts with Heart Research UK's online fundraiser which will give you the chance to bid on one-of-a-kind pieces from entertainment and art powerhouses.

 
Taking Behavioural Science from the B.S to the Forefront of Serial-Murder Investigation.

Fri 04 Oct 2019

What was once dismissed as B.S by law enforcement in America soon took on the national spotlight by using psychology and sit-down interviews with convicted serial killers to solve some of the country's worst crimes.

 
Students on Strike: Why They Need Our Support

Fri 04 Oct 2019

As climate change protests occur across the globe and students forego going to school it puts into perspective the question and discussion of whether strikes are creating a positive impact on society.

 
Ad Astra Review

Thu 03 Oct 2019

A visually stunning space opera which deals with the question - should children be the ones to suffer the consequences of our parent's mistakes?

 
Why Scottish Courts Deemed the Proroguing of Parliament as 'Unlawful'

Wed 02 Oct 2019

In lieu of the Supreme Court's decision to deem the suspension of parliament as 'unlawful', Radar explains why Scottish courts initiated the question of legality.

 
Snow leopard cubs spotted in Scottish Highlands

Tue 01 Oct 2019

The birth of three snow leopard cubs has ushered in new hope for the endangered species.

 
As the 31st of October Looms, what Comes Next for Britain?

Thu 26 Sep 2019

The announcement by the Supreme Court that Prime Minister Johnson’s suspension of Parliament was unlawful in that he advised the Queen untruthly has sent shockwaves across the country.

 
 
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