A year after its release, Rosie Willoughby reflects on her disappointment after watching ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’.
Russell Sherrard-Smith talks with Emma Bowler from the 93% Club Surrey, discussing social mobility and how to change the playing field.
Maisie Holcombe argues that the health benefits of keeping gyms open during lockdown largely outweigh the risks of catching the coronavirus.
Hannah Gravett responds to the representation of Princess Diana in the newest series of The Crown, and explores why she’s become such an icon for Gen-Z
James Tatam opens up about his experience of living with a stutter and how he has learnt to dealt with at university and beyond.
Gigi Bushell offers her top tips for students on how to best survive lockdown 2.0
White Supremacist posters have been spotted around the University of Surrey and Guildford town centre, Peter Ferguson reports.
Irene García reports on Guildford MP’s vote against the expansion of free school meals.
Hannah Gravett explores the importance of the arts and the financial neglect they have suffered from the government.
Charlotte West discusses the potential failings of Surrey’s placement scheme and chats to other students about their experiences.
Russell Sherrard-Smith argues against the Trump administration plan to ban WeChat and the issues faced by Chinese Americans.
Isabel Rolfe looks back at the the controversy following Gymshark’s Instagram post of Nelly London in their activewear and discusses how much the brand are too blame for the negative response
AS I SEE IT – The Tories Blame Game: Is the Conservative party Devoid of Owning Up to the Tragedy of COVID-19?
Hannah Gravett analyses how the conservative government dealt with COVID-19 and identifies how they’ve been shifting the blame to the electorate.
Jolena Scholz explores the feeling of intimidation at the gym, felt particularly by women, and provides advice on how to combat this at Surrey
Hannah Gravett looks at the best ways to eat sustainably, especially for new students arriving at Uni for the first time!
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.
Jolena Scholz explains how and why she started using Instagram to track her fitness goals.
George Buskell argues against Kamala Harris’s selection as the Democratic Party VP pick and unpacks her controversial career
Emma Brine explores the nuances behind the rise in YouTube workouts during lockdown, questioning whether it is simply another avenue promoting diet culture.
Nadia Fernandes writes about the necessity to diversify school curriculums and her campaign to get her former school in Surrey to adopt a new approach.
The Government’s Implementation of Calorie Counts on Menus Will Make ED Recovery that Little Bit Harder
Hannah Gravett discusses the government backed plan to enforce calorie counts on restaurant menus and the detrimental effect that will have on those recovering from eating disorders.
The Lost Connection Between the Filipino People and our Past – the Effects of Colonialism in this Generation
Isaiah Ting and Hazel Ting research into the effects of colonialism in Filipino culture today.
Clarisse Fullerton discusses the ways in which sports clothing has changed throughout history and how it often signifies a winning mentality.
In response to the recent discourse surrounding Zac Efron’s ‘dad bod’, Yasmin Norvill discusses why our society is so fascinated by stories of weight loss and weight gain. This article contains references to eating disorders.
Irene García and Peter Ferguson report on investigations carried out by the University against a lecturer.
Shadele Brown writes in support of Anti-Racist movements and shares educational resources to help people be productive instead of performative in their activism.
Yasmin Aytüre reflects on what she learnt from the British Council’s Policymaking Course and how we can reconceptualise public policymaking.
Lily Pearce speaks to Theatre Society’s, Florence Andrews about the future of theatre in a post COVID-19 world and promotes the ‘Students Save Our Theatres’ national campaign.
The 2020 National Student Survey revealed that Surrey has dropped in overall student satisfaction for the fifth year running, Charlotte West reports.