How well does the story of a toxic, homicidal high-school relationship translate to the stage? Georgia Read delves into this adaptation of a classic film.
“My mental illness had to be physically threatening to be taken seriously.” Continuing with Stag Media’s drive for mental health awareness, Ellie Davies tells her story.
This November, Stag Media are advocating Mental Health awareness and support. Amy Newham kicks this off with three books that cleverly and honestly explore mental health.
CONSPIRACY COLUMN: Atiya Chowdhury kicks off this new series by delving into one of the biggest mysteries in recent history…
With recent developments in one of TV’s biggest celebrity dance competitions, Isabel Rolfe investigates the so called ‘Strictly Curse’
Has Kylie still got it? Michal Frackowiak reviews her latest tour… Spoiler alert: She does!
How would you approach writing a flawless poem? For National Poetry Day Helia Daryani looks at her own experiences writing poetry and how it’s developed through her education.
To finish off our freshers week specials, Charlotte West introduces a new series of interviews exploring students and their placement companies.
FRESHERS SPECIAL: Do you think you could do more towards the environment and unfair trade? Asini Liyanage introduces People and Planet Society.
FRESHERS SPECIAL: Anthony Balchin gives an insight into one of the most ambitious projects taking place on earth.
FRESHERS SPECIAL: Helia Daryani explains some of the best ways to help your favourite authors benefit from your readership.
FRESHERS SPECIAL: Irene García Mir talks through the new refurbishments coming to the University of Surrey’s library in 2018.
Ben Ward breaks down the changes to England’s rugby team, and explores their chances in 2019’s world cup.
Sports editor Archie Biltcliffe delves into the success of a new podcast taking cricket by storm!
This saturday marks one year since the Cassini program ended, Holly Thompson investigates one of NASA’s most ambitious missions and explores the discoveries it made.
Sports Editor Archie Biltcliffe takes a look at the recent controversy surrounding Serena Williams and if her sexism accusations are justified.
Lisa Cosham explore’s the controversy surrounding Netflix’s ‘least feminist show’, but is the debate justified?
Charlotte West takes a detailed look into 2018’s freshers’ week lineup – with tips on purchasing wristbands and info about the artists performing.
Your student-loan friendly guide to Guildford restaurants!
by Susana Guri
An in-depth critique of modern medicine’s trajectory, and an insight into the wave of commercialism driving the industry away from peoples needs.
by Tim Wilcox