Centre Staged: Marsicans

Yasmin Norvill interviews up and coming indie stars, Marsicans in the first instalment of her brand new series ‘Centre Staged’

LGBTQ Representation in Film: A Look at the Stats

Lily Pearce investigates recent statistics regarding on screen LGBTQ+ representation and argues the importance of diversity in film.

Black Lives Matter: Poetry and Art

Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, Lisa Ncube has written a poem about racism and created a painting to accompany her words

Learning to take Pride in Coming Out

Deputy Editor Pete Ferguson shares his journey on how he came to terms with taking pride in being LGBTQ+

How Your Favourite Fast Fashion Brands are Exploiting the Pandemic, their Workers and You

Editor in Chief Yasmin Norvill examines the exploitative measures fast fashion companies have asserted throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

It is Time for a New Narrative for the Black Community

Louisa Daley discusses her experience as a black student and how the curriculum failed to provide a full insight into the nuances of black identity.

Putting the F into Festival Line Ups

Yasmin Norvill explores current festival lineups and highlights the extreme lack of women filling headline slots, and not for a lack of audience appetite.

Why Ecuador should be your first solo travel trip

Eve Willis recounts her recent trip to Ecuador and looks at why this South American country is the perfect place to test the waters of solo travelling.

Conversations With Surrey’s Anonymous Instagram Poet

Rosa Heaton has a discussion with Surrey’s successful instagram poet, known as Perseus. Exploring his inspiration and tips on running a successful account.

Hands.

A short story by University of Surrey student Will Brook.