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The Guildford Election Hustings, the Good, the Bad, and the Really Bad

Irene García and Peter Ferguson break down the recent University of Surrey’s hustings for local election candidates with an in-depth comparison.

Analysing the ITV Prime Minister debate.

With the 12th December rapidly approaching, Michał Smejlis takes an in depth look at the ITV Prime Minister debate. Exploring both candidates successes and faults.

Is Nuclear Fusion an Answer to Our Climate Crisis?

Holly Thompson briefly explains Nuclear Fusion – a potentially ideal power source, with no pollution and an arguably limitless source of fuel.

Guildford’s Climate Strike

Ellen Parry explores the upcoming ‘Strike 4 Guildford Climate’ march and the positive impact similar marches are having on governments internationally.

Why Students Should Celebrate Christmas Early (and How to Do it Best)

From festive flat ideas to local events, Charlotte West provides a festive guide on what Surrey Students can do to get in the holiday spirit!

How the GP Freeze Failed Me

Alone without basic healthcare, medication or advice. Pete Ferguson reveals his experience when The Guildowns Group Practice began refusing new patients.

Hands.

A short story by University of Surrey student Will Brook.

Sustainable Beauty Alternatives

With the UN declaring a ‘Planetary Crisis’, Megan d’Ardenne explores the impact of the cosmetics industry and what we can do to help.

‘Everyday Life’ by Coldplay

Edward Ward comments on Coldplay’s upcoming new album, after it’s strange announcement in a small welsh newspaper alongside some cryptic social media.

The Booker Prize 2019 Explained

Kieran Adamson explores the recent Booker Prize, controversially awarded to two authors. He looks into the reasons behind the decision and public responses.

Anushka & Bertie: The Pawfect Day at Pug Café

Bethany McAtee interviews Anushka Fernando, founder and owner of Pug Café, and her inspiration Bertie the pug.

Knives Out Review

Michael Slavin reviews ‘Knives Out’ a new film starring Daniel Craig and Christopher Plummer. Currently screening at Guildford Odeon.

The Paper Ticket

The Paper Ticket is a short story written by English Literature student Michael Raine.

I Dropped Out of my Year Abroad

‘Failure and Fate During my Placement Hunt.’ Charlotte West recounts her recent experience exploring how to spend her penultimate year at surrey.

Endometriosis: Over 13,500 share devastating impact of condition

Despite painfully affecting one in ten women in the UK, endometriosis is often regarded as a hidden condition. Megan d’Ardenne interviews Sophie Weller.

Learning Liberation: What You Need to Know About the Upcoming Elections

Irene Garcia Mir and Peter Ferguson talk through the basics of the new Surrey Decides Liberation Elections and how you can ensure your voice is heard.

What’s With the Rainbow Crossing?

Sophie Pike explores the controversy surrounding Surrey’s recently added colourful crossing. Misspent university funds or a positive statement of inclusion?

What to do about the GP Registration Cap

Sophie Pike chats to our new VP Support Sarah Surget about the recently introduced cap on new patients at the Guildowns Group Medical Centre

“There is no Planet B” – Global Climate Strike 2019

Last Friday, Megan d’Ardenne joined the millions of people taking to the streets demanding action, days before the UN’s Global Climate Summit

The GSA Occupation & Rally: A Breakdown

Peter Ferguson and Irene García Mir discuss the events of the GSA Occupation and explore the reasons behind students anger.