Nour Morsy discusses the ongoing conflict in Palestine, describing the history, current situation and what people around the world can learn.
Sustainability Editor, Matt Cockfield-Hall, shares some hopeful tips for how to not feel paralysed by the Climate Crisis.
Millie Russell reviews and discusses two different, yet excellent pieces of queer media. One is a slow burn fantasy, the other is a familial novel.
Brandon Kartick tells us all about his experience at Ed Sheeran’s heartfelt live debut of his new album Subtract while giving us a brief history on Sheeran as an artist and the meanings behind his songs.
Emma Bleeck summarises the parties’ environmental action plans that their representatives voiced at the recent question time evening at Zero Carbon Guildford in preparation for the forthcoming council elections on May the 4th.
Emma Bleeck watched the musical adaptation of Michael Rosen’s novel, The Unexpected Twist, at the Rose Theatre in Kingston and shares her thoughts on the production’s Oliver Twist retelling.
Sam Buss talks about the challenges of being a neurodiverse student, and how Neurodiversity Celebration Week provides an opportunity for discussion and destigmatisation, focusing on the celebration of differences.
News and Politics Editor, Tomi Ogunlewe, gives us a timeline of events regarding the case of the Tate brothers, from their controversial social media presence to their December 2022 arrest.
Nour Morsy briefly explains what the UCU strikes are about and why The Stag supports this action.
Luana Vasconcelos interviews international students at the University about the challenges they’ve overcome, top advice for fellow students and their favourite thing about studying at Surrey.
Luana Vasconcelos introduces International Students’ Day, a celebration of education, cultural diversity and unique experiences.
Wellbeing Week 2022: what’s going on, the support you can get, and interview with final year student, Rebecca McDonough
Jodie Thompson introduces students to this year’s Wellbeing Week events and support services at University, and offers wellbeing tips via her interview with a final year student.
Luana Vasconcelos introduces the upcoming Student Curator Project in which students will recommend books that talk about intersectionality.
Rosie Willoughby raises awareness about an event hosted by The Amber Foundation charity aimed to support young people suffering homelessness
Anton Barnwell highlights the prevalence of poor mental wellbeing in students, and explores the options that are there to ease the pressure.
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.