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The Screen Where It Happens: Hamilton The Musical

Following the release of hit musical Hamilton on Disney+, Rachel Murray assesses the themes of the show and extracts their relevance to the political climate of 2020

The Many Lives of Ray Bradbury

James Tatam reflects on the iconic life of author Ray Bradbury. Discussing intricate details of his life, his work and his notable impact on Hollywood to this day.

How to Eat Sustainably at University: 5 Simple Steps

Hannah Gravett looks at the best ways to eat sustainably, especially for new students arriving at Uni for the first time!

Surrey Library to Operate at 45% Capacity in Semester One

The University of Surrey’s library reopens with COVID regulations in place, preventing students from spending no more than 12 hours a week to study in the library, Charlotte West reports.

Fitness on Instagram: How I Use Social Media to Hold Myself Accountable

Jolena Scholz explains how and why she started using Instagram to track her fitness goals.

Why Minorities Fail

Laura Gainor explores why minorities face prejudice and apparent failure in society today whilst examining the intersection of privilege.

The Democrats Have Learned Nothing From the Last 4 Years, and a Kamala Harris VP Pick Proves it

George Buskell argues against Kamala Harris’s selection as the Democratic Party VP pick and unpacks her controversial career

Closing the Gaps

Nduka Nduka-Eze explores the BAME attainment gap in the UK and how it manifests in a university setting.

The Rise of YouTube Workouts: Are They Tackling Diet Culture?

Emma Brine explores the nuances behind the rise in YouTube workouts during lockdown, questioning whether it is simply another avenue promoting diet culture.

Starting University Amidst a Pandemic

Alice Brooks provides advice for new students who will have to cope with settling into university with social distancing in place.