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Inside the Coffee Tent: Meet Beau

Beau Cleveland-Copeman and Yasmin Norvill catch up in the Coffee Tent to chat about his upcoming poetry book, exciting ventures and artistic inspirations.

The Game of Thrones Battle for the Tory Leadership

Nathan Weaver explores the Tory leadership contest, dissecting each of the contestants looking at what they may bring to the role.

Veganism on Campus: Eating and Awareness

Holly Saunders explores many reasons why people are vegan, including environmental awareness and healthy eating and the need for greater awareness.

‘MAN UP’: A Discussion on Masculinity and Male Mental Health

Emily Byfield-Riches interviews Michael Taricone, discussing possible causes of male mental health and why it can be so difficult to talk about.

The Referendum Question Time Roundup

Surrey Decides makes a return to campus with the referendum on senior management. Charlotte West breaks down the main points of the debate.

Three Things I Learnt Travelling in Tokyo

Travelling the world with your friends is a common aspiration amongst us young people, but just how does it compare to going solo? Bethany McAttee shares her first experience travelling alone.

Grind Culture: The Silent Epidemic

What’s the difference between an accidental dance rub and a fully-fledged crotch to backside violation? Hollie Saunders takes a look at what’s acceptable.

Balling On A Budget

With a variety of glamourous events coming up towards the end of the year, Alice Kimber gives tips and tricks on how to ball on a budget!

Ground-Breaking Research with Professor Justin Read: Will We Ever Understand Dark Matter?

Dark matter makes up mos of the matter in our universe, however we are still perplexed by its mysterious nature. Prof. Justin Read is interviewed by Anthony Balchin and Holly Thompson.

Should Politics Be Used as a Platform for Extreme Protest?

In the past three years, there have been some controversial changes within western politics. Sophie Pike investigates the effect of protest votes.

The Right to Write: Who Gets to Write Diversity?

Helia Daryani looks at who should write stories championing diversity, is it right if the author isn’t representative of their focus minority?

Do Women Want to Hear Women?

Amy Johnson delves into the US country music scene, particularly exploring the success of female country artists and the UK’s influence on their popularity.

Our Hunger for Political Music is Reaching a Crescendo

Charlotte West delves into current trends in current and popular music, exploring how they’re influenced by political climates around the world.

Inside the Coffee Tent: Meet Charlie

Yasmin Norvill sits down with musician and barista ‘Life Like Charlie’ in the PATS coffee tent to discuss his music and ambitions for the future.

Is ‘Sex Education’ Worth the Hype?

The netflix series has been renewed for a second season. Izzy Rolfe takes a look at the show and why it’s so popular.

The Best Memes from Question Time

Chelsey King breaks down the top 10 memes from SurreyDecides question time. Including a special interview with James Barlow, one of the night’s moderators.

Surrey Students Protest Over Staff Cuts

On Wednesday 6th March, University of Surrey students gathered to protest against the university’s announcement to make staff redundant.

The Voice Zone: What You Should Know

Sophie Pike breaks down the Voice Zone, giving you the oppertunity to make a more informed decision in the elections.

Roundup of Question Time Night 3

Charlotte west and Sophie Pike break down the final night of question time

Roundup of Question Time Night 2

Archie Biltcliffe and Irene Garcia Mir break down Question Time Night 2