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Roundup of Question Time Night 2

Archie Biltcliffe and Irene Garcia Mir break down Question Time Night 2

Roundup of Question Time Night 1

Louisa Ross-Gower, Yasmin Norvill, Olivia Bicknell and Charlotte West break down the first night of Question Time

Who Should You Vote for in Surrey Decides?

Megan d’Ardenne explains why you should vote, and how the different roles may affect you!

The Presidential Candidate Interview: Njabby Mendlula

Charlotte West has our 3rd interview with the presidential candidates, Njabby Mendlula talks us through his manifesto.

The Activity Zone: What You Should Know

Archie Biltcliffe and Irene García Mir break down the Activity roles, explaining what the zone does and what 2019’s candidates could bring to the positions.

The Presidential Candidate Interview: Nick Werren

Emily Wootton interviews presidential candidate, Nick Werren, chatting manifestos and, of course, memes.

The Presidential Candidate Interview: Gemma Paine

“Gemma looked comfortably at home as she reflected on her experience working within the union…” Interview by Charlotte West ahead of upcoming SU debates.

Surrey Decides: Why Should You Care?

Emily Byfield-Riches explains why the Student Union elections are important, and may directly affect your future time here at Surrey.

The Community Zone: What You Should Know

Ivelina Dobreva looks at the Student Unions’ community zone, exploring the candidates for 2019’s SurreyDecides and what they may bring to the role.

Paygate: The Problem with Surrey’s Vice-Chancellor

Editor in Chief Michael Slavin investigates Max Lu’s surprising salary figures, exploring perspectives from both students and university management.

Is the Romance Genre Ruining Real Relationships?

Sophie Pike offers a perspective on how real long term relationships are threatened by the portrayal of romance in film, tv and novels.

Why recycling won’t solve our plastic problem

Katie MacMillan explores our everyday waste production and its effects, raising awareness of what we can all do to improve

What you should probably know about Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Sophie Pike explores Body Dysmorphic Disorder; looking at it’s effects and the impact society and the media have on the condition.

Harrow Woods Resort

“I was woken up by the rattling of the car. The clanking of pipes in its underbelly sounded like gunfire in my nightmare…” by Annabella Costantino

Someone Else’s Chair

In a parking lot on the outskirts of Montgomery, every Wednesday the local church held a Flea Market. A Short story by Sam Murphy

Bethany Dawson: It’s Time to Notice Invisible Disabilities

“You probably wouldn’t realise upon meeting Bethany that she has a disability.” Bethany McAtee hears Dawson’s struggle, living with an invisible illness.

Stop feeding us Mental Health

Mental Health. Social media portrays mental health conditions as desirable: something that’s cool to have. by Sophie Pike

Texas Through the Eyes of a Brit: the Good, the Bad and the Straight Up Weird!

Beth Roberts explores the huge cultural differences between Surrey and Texas during her year studying abroad.

Why a Film’s Age Rating Matters: Censoring Explicit Content for Money

Dami Williams-Shire looks into how films are made, exploring the danger Studios and financers pose towards the creative direction of the film.

The Bandit

A Poem by Ellie Turner