In response to the anti-Asian mass shooting in Atlanta, Russell Sherrard-Smith explores the racism against Asian people and the prejudices we continue to believe.
Maisie Holcombe explains why she believes the easing of restrictions will be difficult for some people.
Reflecting on the disappearance of Sarah Everard, Hannah Gravett examines what it means to be a woman in Britain today, highlighting the painful experience of communal grief and the heartbreaking statistics of which we have become numb to.
Gigi Bushell describes her recent experience of burnout and offers her tips for dealing with it in the future.
Gigi Bushell opens up about her decision to return to university for a postgraduate course and gives her advice on retraining in a different field.
Following the discussion on ‘This Morning’, Maisie Holcombe contributes to the debate surrounding influencers ‘essential’ trips to Dubai, arguing that it is an insult to workers on the frontline.
AS I SEE IT – Are OBE’s Outdated? The Celebratory Remains of Britain’s Colonial Past and the Celebrities Who Decline Them
Hannah Gravett looks at past celebrities who have earned OBEs, arguing that Britain’s imperial past affects the reception of this prestigious award.
Gigi Bushell gives her top tips for students and graduates job hunting during the pandemic.
Gigi Bushell shares six of the best virtual Christmas markets this year.
In her new series, Clarisse Fullerton chats to the President of Surf Club about how they’ve adapted to the pandemic this semester
Russell Sherrard-Smith talks with Emma Bowler from the 93% Club Surrey, discussing social mobility and how to change the playing field.
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
Charlotte West discusses the potential failings of Surrey’s placement scheme and chats to other students about their experiences.
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
Charlotte West highlights the Instagram account of the Surrey night bus driver and speaks to fellow students about why he is their favourite.
Final year Rufaro Mazarura discusses the end of her time spent studying at Surrey – sharing her perspective as she moves into a new period of her life.
Editor in Chief Yasmin Norvill examines the exploitative measures fast fashion companies have asserted throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sophia Newman writes in support and solidarity of the Black Lives Matter movement from her position as the BAME Officer for LGBT+ Society.
Through interviews with the SurreyFess admins, Charlotte West explores the range of challenges they face, from racist hate crimes to overwhelming workloads.
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!
Despite painfully affecting one in ten women in the UK, endometriosis is often regarded as a hidden condition. Megan d’Ardenne interviews Sophie Weller.
Last Friday, Megan d’Ardenne joined the millions of people taking to the streets demanding action, days before the UN’s Global Climate Summit
Emily Byfield-Riches interviews Michael Taricone, discussing possible causes of male mental health and why it can be so difficult to talk about.
Charlotte West has our 3rd interview with the presidential candidates, Njabby Mendlula talks us through his manifesto.
Editor in Chief Michael Slavin investigates Max Lu’s surprising salary figures, exploring perspectives from both students and university management.
Sophie Pike explores Body Dysmorphic Disorder; looking at it’s effects and the impact society and the media have on the condition.
“You probably wouldn’t realise upon meeting Bethany that she has a disability.” Bethany McAtee hears Dawson’s struggle, living with an invisible illness.