The BAME attainment gap highlights the fact that Western societies are built to fit its white members rather than all of them.
Beth Roberts writes on how evidence suggests that the university is prioritising business over student pleasure.
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.
Acting as both commercial organisations and public institutions, universities have to reconcile business endeavours and ethical responsibilities. Nick Werren discusses how economic concerns often prevail, to the detriment of crucial values.
Theo Donnelly warns us about the many pitfalls that come with free education and explores the different ways in which paying for university is beneficial to us and to society in general.
Manouela Nikolopoulou explores the backlash against political correctness, a growing trend in universities and a movement championed by the Trump administration itself.
Felice Southwell writes about the recent open meeting organised by student activists between a representative of University management and Surrey staff and students, which addressed various issues that many students are affected by and yet misinformed about.