Is sharing an upsetting video depicting someone's suffering ever an effective and harmless way to spread awareness? Or is it the exact opposite?
The latest opinion pieces from students at Surrey
In a deeply personal essay, Carlinhos Manuel Gomes writes about the Google Maps robot, dissociation, and finding comfort and peace in liminal places.
Yes, this is a meme but it’s also politics, this is how the world works now.
Financial strain and mismanagement have led to the withdrawal of several BA programmes at the Guildford School of Acting, leaving both current and prospective students heartbroken and uncertain about their future.
Should the political instability of many countries in the same or worse situations than Cameroon be discussed and covered more by the media?
Why have Western media outlets been so quiet about the crisis in Sudan, compared to their somewhat disproportionate reaction to the Notre Dame fire? Bethany Dawson explores the reason behind such disparities in media coverage.
Nida Jafri writes about the limits of GDP as a measuring tool for growth, and discusses alternatives to the outdated and misleading index.
A community is a promise to learn something about ourselves by how we treat the views of others – and we have no experience of that at a young age if we are taught we should all believe the same thing.
Nadya Dimitrova denounces the distorted lens provided by social media and pop culture, which sometimes shapes our understandings of beauty and normality in harmful ways.