The University of Surrey updates students daily on the coronavirus situation. Such constant communication, whilst helpful, has however routinely failed to recognise the diversity of the student body and the importance of mental health, preferring to focus on productivity.
Julie Ngalle discusses why social distancing is so crucial in the Covid-19 pandemic.
What does Emily Thornberry think about the marketisation of higher education, tuition fees, and Erasmus?
What are the latest updates on impeachment? What’s the next step in the Brexit process? How did the fires in Australia impact people’s health? Here’s everything you need to know.
What sparked the protests? Who are the actors involved? How is the government responding?
Here’s everything you need to know about the nationwide protests and strikes currently happening in France.
Are we on the brink of World War III? How devastating were Australia’s bushfires? Is Brexit finally happening? Here’s everything you need to know.
Why are nurses striking in Northern Ireland? What will happen now that Trump has been impeached? What’s the deal with India’s new citizenship bill? Here’s everything you need to know.
Women’s easy and affordable access to sexual healthcare should be a right. And yet, many obstacles remain.
What is happening in Iran? Why is China developing face-mapping technology? How has the situation evolved in Sudan? Here’s everything you need to know.
We’ve all used filters that make us look like a better version of ourselves, but have we thought about what lies behind this desire to put on a beautifying digital mask?
If politics is starting to ruin your relationships, then you might want to seriously consider any of the following solutions.
What’s happening with the impeachment inquiry? What are the latest updates in Chile? How is General Election campaigning going for each party? Here’s everything you need to know.
Who is Lindsay Hoyle? What is happening in Bolivia? Who is behind the attack in Mexico and the ambush in Burkina Faso? Here’s everything you need to know.
What’s happening with the impeachment inquiry? What’s going on in Lebanon? How are things going for Facebook? Here’s everything you need to know.
Brexit, impeachment, the American withdrawal from Syria: here’s everything going on in politics right now.
What happens when a unifying reality maintained by propaganda dissolves into an ideological system made of a variety of realities vying for dominance? Most likely, instability.
In light of sexual assault allegations against Team Surrey sportsmen, Bethany Dawson investigates how structural bias and the prevalence of alcohol have fuelled sexist and discriminatory practices within Team Surrey.
On the 24th of September 2019, the Supreme Court ruled that Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful. What happened exactly? And what is going to happen next?
What does Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament mean, and what does it truly entail?
In a deeply personal essay, Carlinhos Manuel Gomes writes about the Google Maps robot, dissociation, and finding comfort and peace in liminal places.
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.
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.
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.
Harriet Seedhouse writes about the rampant sexism that plagues the STEM field, and what this male-dominated sector can do better.
Ewa Pospieszyńska discusses the significance of prominent fashion figures, and how their impact on the fashion world extends far beyond the confines of their lifetime.
Allen Wesson sets out to critique the European Union from the point of view of a Remainer, focusing on the central tenets of democracy and sovereignty.
Nathan Weavers discusses the forces behind the Labour Party’s internal split, and the potential consequences for Brexit.
Tom Hunt and James Steel weigh the pros and the cons of Surrey County Council with reference to cost management and decision-making.
Chloe Meley discusses the ethical conundrum of separating art and artist and places it within the broader context of the political correctness debate.
As Brexit looms, Bethany Dawson analyses how the personal and the political interact in the context of turbulent national politics.
Anna Ouston talks about the rising debates on political correctness and gives her insight on the question.
We don’t question why women wear most items of clothing, the same should go for women who wear the hijab.
Charity Week is a very significant campaign within the Muslim student community. Here is what it is about.
Bullying on the basis of religion can start at early. And this only shows how engraved Islamophobia is in our minds.
The commonly mistaken attitude that the hijab is an oppressive symbol which strips women of their rights is one which is shared across the West.
Before we even attempt to fight it, one has to understand the meaning of Islamophobia.