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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 Read more...

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As the end of the academic year comes into sight, the Careers Service expects to see a wide variety of students. Final years who are approaching graduation continue to look for opportunities and those with positions lined up are likely to be taking full advantage of the insights available into exactly what will be expected of them in the workplace.

27th Apr 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 it comes to sexy songs, there can only be one. That song is ‘Let’s Get It On’ by Marvin Gaye.

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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Lavishing Ladies Row for Surrey Glory


Published 14th May 2013


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.Read more...

Jumping Into The Lead


Published 27th Apr 2013


This year the University of Surrey Equestrian Club’s two BUCS teams have exceeded expectations, with the A Team ending their league on top.   The B Team’s last competition at Brunel University saw the four riders scrape back their previous losses to come second.Read more...

A Geek Goes Varsity


Published 27th Apr 2013


It may seem likes years ago now but Varsity was on the last Wednesday before we broke up; the University broke up that is. I like to imagine our relationship is still going strong dear reader.Read more...

Athletics Takes One Step Back


Published 4th Mar 2013


After the great 2012 summer Olympics in London you would think that the government, and relevant sporting bodies involved, would look to make the most out of the sports suspect to growth in British sport. Athletics in particular could have looked to make the most of its facilities.Read more...

Team Surrey Netball


Published 18th Feb 2013


Netball has had a fantastic season so far this year. Wednesday 13th Feb just proved how hard the teams have been working; securing four wins also resulted in capturing the top of all four BUCS leagues.Read more...

2013: The Year of the Fallen Sports


Published 18th Feb 2013


At the end of last week news broke that shook South Africa, an immensely proud and successful sporting nation, to their bones. Olympic and Paralympic superstar Oscar Pistorius is in the process of being charged with murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.Read more...

Team Surrey Trampolining


Published 21st Nov 2012


The members of Team Surrey Trampolining Club have had lots of success at recent university and external national & international level competitions; there was a competition every weekend for 4 weeks in a row for our members!   It started on Saturday 27   In the individual senior Ladies event, Amy Todd came 13th place.   In the individual senior men’s event, Ross Abrahams came 7thth out of 12 regions of England.Read more...

Surrey Stingers 0-39 Reading Knights


Published 21st Nov 2012


  Full of fresh faces and buoyed by enthusiastic (if slightly clueless) support, Surrey Stingers took on the Reading Knights in their first game of the Thames Valley Conference season. Recruitment and pre-season training have both been a success for the Stingers, and although many of the new members are rookies, the team has kept a large number of players from last season; all of who will provide vital experience in the season to come.Read more...

Sport is the answer we’ve been waiting for.


Published 21st Nov 2012


  A couple of years ago, if someone asked me if I played sport I would have looked at them as if they had said something dirty. Sport was just not something I ‘did’, and I was probably the biggest cynic out of my friends and family when it was announced that London would host the 2012 Olympics.Read more...

Sports Exec


Published 20th Oct 2012


Earth calling sports fans, this is your new Sports Exec Communications Officer calling. I’ll be writing to you each issue to let you know what is ‘haps’ (that’s what the kids say nowadays right?) in University sporting life from now on.Read more...

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