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Following the newly launched ‘Change One Thing’ campaign, on Sunday 18 A quiet start gave way to a multitude of opinions on everything from the prices at Chancellors, to the use of heating in the university buildings. Currently topping the votes on C.

4th Dec 2012 Read more...

FEATURES»

WHAT TO WEAR DO book your robes in advance! Last year there were some very relaxed graduands strolling into AP to collect robes they hadn’t ordered, and then looking far less relaxed when they realised how essential pre-booking was! DON’T wear anything under your robes that is too ‘on trend’ or that you don’t feel comfortable in. You want to feel mega-confident on the day and will potentially have your graduation pictures forever.

19th May 2013 Read more...

SOCIETIES»

  As I am sure anyone that has Facebook or a twitter account is aware, the nation has been up in arms in huge debate in the last few weeks, all over the death of previous Prime Minister ‘Maggie’ Thatcher. Now, we are all aware of the notorious claims against her as ‘milk stealer’ and of her anti-unionist actions that have been blamed for much of the problems the country faces today, but this week, the argument on everyone’s lips is not so much about punch-and-judy Tory/Labour politics.

21st May 2013 Read more...

SCIENCE & TECH»

      1      NASA signs off ambitious sampling mission NASA has agreed its approval on a billion dollar mission to send a spacecraft to orbit; the asteroid 101955 Bennu – one of the most potentially dangerous asteroids to hit earth in the next century. The plan is to map the asteroid with visible, infrared and X-Rays and send a sample collector to obtain samples of the rock.

20th May 2013 Read more...

ARTS»

  Melancholy is how I'd describe James Blake's second album ‘Overgrown’. Deviating vastly from his dubstep roots, ‘Ovegrown’ adopts a slower tempo throughout.

21st May 2013 Read more...

SPORTS»

The second leg of Dortmund against Malaga was one of the maddest football matches that will happen in any Champions League competition across the next ten years. With a 0-0 first leg at Malaga, anything could happen at the Walstadion in Dortmund and it was a footballing treat.

27th Apr 2013 Read more...

OPINION & ANALYSIS»

  An open letter to the Editor of The Stag,   st [‘NOTE 1: this questionnaire was to GAUGE opinion, NOT to form the basis of the review or the final decisions. NOTE 2: these are the ca...

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Physics Cuts


Published 29th May 2011


Cuts, cuts, cuts. It seems to be all we are hearing about at the moment.Read more...

Measles Outbreak in Europe


Published 29th May 2011


An outbreak of measles is making its way across Europe, stretching over France, Belgium, Germany and Romania; and now it is beginning to hit the UK. Measles is a highly contagious viral infection of the respiratory system.Read more...

The Future of File-Sharers


Published 29th May 2011


The illegal downloading of music has seen a huge rise in the past decade.Read more...

Facebook's Privacy Problems


Published 29th May 2011


Recently it was revealed that a flaw in the privacy settings of some applications had lead to hundreds of thousands of user accounts to be accessed by advertisers.Read more...

Sorry, I Forgot…


Published 29th May 2011


A Canadian study has revealed that young children can remember very early childhood memories.Read more...

Solo Travel: Part Three


Published 19th May 2011


Bangalore. Possibly one of the most congested cities in India.Read more...

Royal Wedding Fashion Special


Published 19th May 2011


Last month the world was witness to the beautiful and much awaited royal wedding of HRH Prince William and Kate Middleton. Whilst the buzz around the wedding started from the engagement announcement on November 16th 2010, what everyone really wanted to know was what gown the bride would choose for her special day.Read more...

Student Parliament at Surrey?


Published 19th May 2011


Before you came to the Surrey, I bet you had certain expectations about what life would be like at University. Many column inches have been dedicated to the first three in the pages of this paper.Read more...

Music: Is It An Escape?


Published 19th May 2011


Music has been around since we can remember.  It has always played a huge part in people's lives.Read more...

Watching the Lloyd Webber Brother, Andrew and Julian Perform: An Experience to Remember


Published 19th May 2011


The event was a gala in celebration of Julian Lloyd Webber’s 60th birthday, the younger brother of well known composer Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber. The concert would bring together the Doyen of British cellists and well loved composer.Read more...

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