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Creativity as an Escape in a Pandemic

Samuel Awonuga describes the inspiration behind creating the ‘Surrey at Home’ anthology released by the Community Zone last week.

To Pub or Not to Pub? The Polarisation of the Nation: the Unexpected Symptom of COVID19

Hannah Gravett reflects on the reopening of pubs last weekend and urges the public to direct any anger towards the government rather than each other.

Centre Staged: Marsicans

Yasmin Norvill interviews up and coming indie stars, Marsicans in the first instalment of her brand new series ‘Centre Staged’

LGBTQ Representation in Film: A Look at the Stats

Lily Pearce investigates recent statistics regarding on screen LGBTQ+ representation and argues the importance of diversity in film.

EU Students to Lose Home Fee Status

Irene García Mir covers the statement from the UK Government confirming EU students starting 2021/22 will not be eligible for home fees or student finance.

Black Lives Matter: Poetry and Art

Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, Lisa Ncube has written a poem about racism and created a painting to accompany her words

The Philippines’ Anti-Terror Bill and Why it’s a Threat to Democracy

An anonymous writer warns of why the Philippines’ Anti-Terror Bill is a dangerous threat to democracy, the circumstances surrounding it and how we can help.

The Curse of Performative PR

Alex Teng investigates how companies have used Pride and Black Lives Matter to boost their public image, rather than implementing diversity internally.

The Mistreatment of Transgender Athletes in Sport

Clarisse Fullerton explores the ways in which transgender athletes have been treated in America and reveals what Surrey is doing to combat the issue closer to home.

The Dangers of Dating Apps for the LGBTQ+ Community

Patrick Hope explores the danger of online dating for the LGBTQ+ community, with multiple surrey student interviews highlighting the widespread issue.