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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.

Is Royal Holloway holding Surrey’s Varsity back?

Michael Slavin considers Surrey’s varsity opponent, Royal Holloway and their impact on the annual event.

My time as a University of Surrey student

Recent graduate Bradley Kelman reflects on his time as a student at the University of Surrey.

The Apollo 11 Landing – 50 Years On

Holly Thompson goes back in time to the moon landing, exploring its purpose and impact.

Pho The Love of Food in Vietnam

Bethany McAtee explores the food scene in Vietnam, with advice on how to find the best dishes and make the most out of a visit.

Censorship in the Media

Sophie Pike explores censorship in the media, exploring both traditional media outlets and also the controversy surrounding censorship on social media.

The Ultimate Student Travel Guide to Rhodes

As beautiful as Venice, as ancient as Athens, and a litre of wine for only €5! Megan d’Ardenne recounts her visit to the greek island

Unpacking What it Means to be a ‘New Writer’ with James Tatam

Rosa Heaton interviews Literature Student James Tatam on Surrey New Writer’s Festival and what it means to be a ‘new writer’

Navigating Mountains, Fjords and Rural Roads in Norway

Bethany Mcafee recounts her recent trip to norway, providing a student friendly guide to making the most out of a visit.

In Defence of Bella Thorne

Izzy Rolfe gives her thoughts on the recent Bella Thorne scandal ahead of her upcoming book launch

Inside the Coffee Tent: Meet Beau

Beau Cleveland-Copeman and Yasmin Norvill catch up in the Coffee Tent to chat about his upcoming poetry book, exciting ventures and artistic inspirations.

The Game of Thrones Battle for the Tory Leadership

Nathan Weaver explores the Tory leadership contest, dissecting each of the contestants looking at what they may bring to the role.

Veganism on Campus: Eating and Awareness

Holly Saunders explores many reasons why people are vegan, including environmental awareness and healthy eating and the need for greater awareness.

‘MAN UP’: A Discussion on Masculinity and Male Mental Health

Emily Byfield-Riches interviews Michael Taricone, discussing possible causes of male mental health and why it can be so difficult to talk about.

The Referendum Question Time Roundup

Surrey Decides makes a return to campus with the referendum on senior management. Charlotte West breaks down the main points of the debate.

Three Things I Learnt Travelling in Tokyo

Travelling the world with your friends is a common aspiration amongst us young people, but just how does it compare to going solo? Bethany McAttee shares her first experience travelling alone.