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A new Waitrose store is confirmed to open in the next year; the first time a Waitrose has graced Guildford in over 40 years. As well as the store on York Road, there will also be a 168 car parking site and 10 cycle spaces for shoppers.

4th Dec 2012


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


  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


    A BAE Systems Jetstream research aircraft has become the first pilotless aircraft to fly through UK shared airspace. The 500 mile flight from BAE Systems’ in Warton Aerodrome, Lancashire, to Inverness in Scotland was controlled by a ground-based pilot, with navigational instructions provided by the National Air Traffic Services (NATS).

20th May 2013


  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


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


I think it is good to exercise and to want a hot body, but I think it gets to a certain point when your body can only really change so much. Some people will always have flat bums and some will have juicy ones, but obsessing over food and exercise so much that it takes over your life is really a waste of time.

22nd Nov 2012


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Should football managers’ political views matter to a football club?

Published 27th Apr 2013

After Martin O’Neill was sacked from Sunderland, he was later replaced with Paulo Di Canio, the former Swindon manager. It seems Paulo Di Canio had been the firm choice by Sunderland owner and Chairman Ellis Short with him being the most likely candidate to invigorate the squad and get the team out of the relegation battle with his personality and charisma rather than his managerial experience.Read more...

European Competition Round-Up

Published 27th Apr 2013

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.Read more...

Thatcher and Sport

Published 27th Apr 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.Read more...

Swans Soar into Europe

Published 4th Mar 2013

This year’s League Cup, or Capital One Cup, was played out between Bradford City and Swansea City on 24   Nathan Dyer scored twice, as did Jonathan De Guzman, whilst Spanish sensation Michu netted the other. In the lead up to the game Swansea were largely ignored, with a lot of focus on their League 2 opposition, but they were thoroughly professional, played their own game and saw off a team that Arsenal, Wigan Athletic and the aforementioned Aston Villa could not beat.Read more...

Strain Showing at the Top

Published 4th Mar 2013

In the last two weeks we have seen two extremely notable outbursts in the Premier League by managers of perennial top four sides. Before Arsenal’s game with Bayern Munich, Arsene Wenger lost it with two separate journalists for asking perfectly legitimate questions.Read more...

Champions League Last 16 Week 2 Roundup

Published 4th Mar 2013

  Arsenal          1 – 3   Bayern Munich Porto               1 – 0   Malaga AC Milan       2 – 0   Barcelona Galatasaray   1 – 1   Schalke 04   The big game from the first night in the second week of the last sixteen of the Champions League occurred in London. Arsenal were thoroughly outplayed for long periods, particularly the first thirty minutes of the game, and Bayern looked both highly dangerous in sustained periods of possession and on the break.Read more...

Who´s Next For Chelsea?

Published 4th Mar 2013

This week after his Chelsea side beat Middlesbrough 2-0 in the FA Cup, Rafa Benitez came out all guns blazing with his criticism of Blues fans that have been unsupportive of him during his short time at the club. He stated that he would only stay on as manager until May, and that handing the title of ‘interim’ manager had been a ‘massive mistake’.Read more...

Champions League Last 16 Week 1 Roundup

Published 18th Feb 2013

Real Madrid              1-1      Manchester United Shaktar Donestsk    2-2      Borussia Dortmund Celtic                          0-3      Juventus Valencia                    1-2      PSG   This week saw the first lot of fixtures for the knockout round of the Champions League with the away sides generally faring well. I was lucky enough to see almost the entirety of all the games and the games were a great advocate for world football’s premier competition.Read more...

Beckham makes all the Right Moves – except on the pitch

Published 18th Feb 2013

The end of the transfer window saw David Beckham as the highest profile mover – despite no money being transferred. This is obviously due to the fact he left LA Galaxy and was unattached to a club.Read more...

Surrey vs. Sussex

Published 21st Nov 2012

University of Surrey Mens FC 1s: 1 University of Sussex Mens FC 1s: 4   This game on the 7   The start of the fixture saw Surrey as the better side, enjoying the best of the possession but lacking a final product in the final third. The team also looked better off the ball, squeezing their opposition well and not allowing Sussex time on the ball.Read more...

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