HomeLatest IssueArchivesAboutMeet The Team PrivacyAuthorsContact
Newspaper of the students of the University of Surrey 

Independent ‘Zero Tolerance’ candidate Kevin Hurley won the Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner election by the slenderest of margins on the 15 The elections, which are the first of their kind in England and Wales, caused controversy due to the apparent lack of awareness or campaigning by either the Electoral Commission and the candidates themselves, and the politicisation of what many expect to be an independent public service. The candidates themselves had already clashed at the University’s hustings over the privatisation of police services and budget cuts, with Iles facing a personal grilling from Surrey graduate Rowan Cole over the validity of her manifesto.

4th Dec 2012


The Careers Service is celebrating being accredited with the matrix Standard; a nationally recognised quality mark for organisations that provide support to individuals in order to make learning and work more accessible.   During a thorough review of how the service operates, the independent external assessor interviewed members of the careers team, students in groups and individually, as well as graduates, academic staff and a range of employers.

19th May 2013


  Sending a big thank you to everyone that participated to make Surrey Student PEN’s Refreshers Fayre a great day! The Surrey PEN society aims to make people here at the University of Surrey aware that free speech is not something easily attained, and shouldn’t be taken for granted. In fact, we are highly privileged here in the UK with the ability to speak our minds; this is not the case in many countries across the globe.

1st Mar 2013


  Now, our section isn’t all about the latest in science and technology news – it’s also about us authors and our writing. Each article is unique to its author’s style and perspective (as long as it’s not a product of churnalism…).

22nd Apr 2013


Scott & Brendo are a hip-hop duo consisting of Scott Winn and Brenden Bytheway from Salt Lake City, Utah. They are fairly underground at the moment, although they have enjoyed fifteen seconds of Internet fame, through their music being featured as a soundtrack on a popular extreme sports YouTube channel.

21st May 2013


Around the week of Margaret Thatcher’s death, there was much debate on her position regarding sport. There were some distasteful feelings left over when the Manchester clubs, United and City, chose not to observe a minutes silence in memory of the former Prime Minister.

27th Apr 2013


  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...

1st May 2013


You are here: Sports » Archery Showing articles 1 - 2 of 2   

London 2012? Err…Surely You Mean Surrey 2012!

Published 1st May 2012

  With deadlines looming, and exams slowly but surely creeping their way in, it’s very easy to forget what the summer season is actually about. However! Help is at hand with the very first ‘Social Sports Month’, which will be kicking off this May with a variety of different events, not least of all ‘Society Sport’s Day’ which will see societies across campus going head to head in a series of events on the 16th of this month.Read more...

Archery at Surrey

Published 23rd Sep 2011

Do you fancy being the next Robin Hood? or just want to have fun and try something new? Either way, we welcome everyone!Read more...

Showing articles 1 - 2 of 2   


The Stag is part of The University of Surrey Students' Union Website designed and hosted by AndyMSmith.co.uk