Rosa Heaton interviews Literature Student James Tatam on Surrey New Writer’s Festival and what it means to be a ‘new writer’
Bethany Mcafee recounts her recent trip to norway, providing a student friendly guide to making the most out of a visit.
Nathan Weaver explores the Tory leadership contest, dissecting each of the contestants looking at what they may bring to the role.
Emily Byfield-Riches interviews Michael Taricone, discussing possible causes of male mental health and why it can be so difficult to talk about.
In the past three years, there have been some controversial changes within western politics. Sophie Pike investigates the effect of protest votes.
Charlotte West delves into current trends in current and popular music, exploring how they’re influenced by political climates around the world.
Charlotte West has our 3rd interview with the presidential candidates, Njabby Mendlula talks us through his manifesto.
Editor in Chief Michael Slavin investigates Max Lu’s surprising salary figures, exploring perspectives from both students and university management.
Sophie Pike explores Body Dysmorphic Disorder; looking at it’s effects and the impact society and the media have on the condition.
“You probably wouldn’t realise upon meeting Bethany that she has a disability.” Bethany McAtee hears Dawson’s struggle, living with an invisible illness.
Beth Roberts explores the huge cultural differences between Surrey and Texas during her year studying abroad.
Dami Williams-Shire looks into how films are made, exploring the danger Studios and financers pose towards the creative direction of the film.
The next instalment of the greatest football tournament on earth is eagerly anticipated by millions. However, the ugly face of corruption in football is rearing its head once more. by Harry Hogg
We all look forward to gathering around the Christmas tree, sharing gifts and company but how many of us celebrate Christmas for what it traditionally meant. by Sophie Pike
Isabel Rolfe explores the ongoing war in Yeman, where our countries are directly supplying arms affecting millions of people. Where are the news stories and why are they not being given the attention they deserve?