Harriett Doggett, Assistant Director of Musical Theatre Society’s new musical, takes us backstage for an insight into the staging of ‘9 to 5’, playing from 7th March.
The Stag’s Treasurer, Jodie Thompson, writes about her experience at the Stag x DisneySoc x LitSoc collaboration for LGBTQ+ History Month.
Surrey Decides is annual election for the Surrey Students’ Union student officer team. Here at The Stag, we encourage every student to make their voice heard, so we reached out for comment from all of this year’s candidates. These are the manifestos we received, unedited and in their own words.
The Stag’s Head of Marketing, Ivy Ivanova, recounts her experience visiting the Mona Lisa at the Louvre – and questions the motives of modern tourism.
Ivy Ivanova shares her thoughts on the newest theatre adaptation of the world’s best-selling mystery novel, now available to watch in the Yvonne Arnaud
Creative Writing Editor, Nell Beard, digs deep into her experience volunteering with children in Bangkok, explaining what she learned, what it meant to her, and why you should consider volunteering at home or abroad.
Nour Morsy gives us her thoughts on Baby Queen’s new album, ‘Quarter Life Crisis’: from romanticising the everyday to navigating the twenties.
Nour Morsy discusses the ongoing conflict in Palestine, describing the history, current situation and what people around the world can learn.
Returning writer Millie Russell conjures up an all-inclusive book review of the first two instalments of Juno Dawson’s ‘Her Majesty’s Royal Coven’ trilogy. From social justice to magical government organisations, Millie gives queer readers two more books for their ‘TBR’ pile.
Rosie Willoughby gives her tips on making the most of your trip to the theme parks De Efteling and Phantasialand, from which airport to fly into, to top attraction picks.
Sustainability Editor, Matt Cockfield-Hall, shares some hopeful tips for how to not feel paralysed by the Climate Crisis.
Millie Russell reviews and discusses two different, yet excellent pieces of queer media. One is a slow burn fantasy, the other is a familial novel.
Brandon Kartick tells us all about his experience at Ed Sheeran’s heartfelt live debut of his new album Subtract while giving us a brief history on Sheeran as an artist and the meanings behind his songs.
Emma Bleeck summarises the parties’ environmental action plans that their representatives voiced at the recent question time evening at Zero Carbon Guildford in preparation for the forthcoming council elections on May the 4th.
Emma Bleeck introduces you to her favourite queer novels. Have a read if you’re looking to widen your reading list for all types of moods and genres!
Emma Bleeck watched the musical adaptation of Michael Rosen’s novel, The Unexpected Twist, at the Rose Theatre in Kingston and shares her thoughts on the production’s Oliver Twist retelling.
Sam Buss talks about the challenges of being a neurodiverse student, and how Neurodiversity Celebration Week provides an opportunity for discussion and destigmatisation, focusing on the celebration of differences.
All Candidates have been offered the opportunity to write a short statement for The Stag. VP Activity candidate Phoebe Blackmore talks about her manifesto and her plans for the future of the Union.
All Candidates have been offered the opportunity to write a short statement for The Stag. Community Zone candidate Michael Yeung talks about his manifesto and his plans for the future of the Union.