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Calls PM a “wanker” Chant advocates burning the Government Vicki Baars, NUS Vice President Union Development has sent a page of chants to student union Presidents calling for Tories and Liberal Democrats to be piled onto a bonfire and burned. Lyrics to the chant read: “Build a bonfire, build a bonfire, put the tories on the top, put the libdems in the middle and burn the f***ng lot!” Ms Baars has since apologised for sending the chants round.

4th Dec 2012 Read more...

FEATURES»

So, here we are, at the end of the academic year, the end of some readers’ degrees and the end of my time as features editor/fashion writer. It has made me rather pensive and I have been mulling over the fashion trends that shouldn’t end and ones that definitely should.

19th May 2013 Read more...

SOCIETIES»

  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 Read more...

SCIENCE & TECH»

  A report published by the UK think tank, Chatham House, claims that the increasing use of biofuels will be more harmful to the environment than fossil fuels, and will cost motorists as much as £1.3bn a year by 2020.

22nd Apr 2013 Read more...

ARTS»

  When people talk about prog-rock, you immediately think of the 70s, men with long hair, and lengthy, sprawling songs with unsubtle but undeniably good musicianship. Besides rubbing it in your face with instrumental solos that go on for eternity, bands like Rush, Yes and, more recently, Dream Theater and Tool have laid foundations for the ceaseless evolutions and innovations of metal.

21st May 2013 Read more...

SPORTS»

Fresh from the social thrill of the Rowing Club team photo – where Men’s Captain, Nathan O’Reilly found himself surrounded by almost as many females as he wakes up next to on a Saturday morning – the Women’s Squad sought to make their mark at the Women’s Eights Head of the River Race. The team, consisting of the elegant Georgia Smith, the earnest Alice Campbell, the glamorous Stephanie Egre, the determined Hannah Williams, the radiant Abi Munson, the resolute Rebecca Hammond, the charismatic Ella Flemming and the butch Guinevere Wentworth, coxed by the one-and-only Ana Yong, gathered amongst nearly 3,000 other competitors from across the globe at Richmond in wait for their turn to prove their strength and willingness to achieve in their sport.

14th May 2013 Read more...

OPINION & ANALYSIS»

A London based-scheme has sought to reintegrate the homeless community into society by providing them with an opportunity to develop their skills. St Mungo’s Charity has a variety of outreach programs, one of them being the Recovery College.

7th Feb 2013 Read more...

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Boat Club Continues Record Breaking Year


Published 1st May 2012


Semester One was one of the most successful starts to an academic season in USBC history, and Semester Two did not disappoint with even more records being set for the club.   The first race for the club was the 4.Read more...

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...

Record Result for Boat Club


Published 21st Nov 2011


On Saturday 5 Henry Pelly, a University of Surrey Student who was rowing in a Molesey boat for this event, came second in the Elite coxed fours (the highest category for fours available). This placed him 14 ...Read more...

Summer of Success for BUCS


Published 14th Oct 2011


After a disappointing BUCS, USBC successfully competed over the summer and took part in a number of fundraising events as well.Read more...

Summer of Success for USBC


Published 23rd Sep 2011


After a disappointing BUCS, where the club did win one bronze medal in the Woman’s Coxless Quads, USBC has continued to successfully compete over the summer and take part in a number of fundraising events as well.Read more...

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