Are the old class-structured identities fading and are we beginning to see similarities to Northern Ireland’s politics in the rest of the UK?
The latest opinion pieces from students at Surrey
Harriet highlights the real issues and danger of street harassement, which is still considered a simple joke by many, this despite the proven emotional and psychological impact it has on most victims.
What does constantly wanting to perform better reveal about ourselves and our society?
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.
How Beychella and BlackFishing have made me reflect on being a mixed-race woman in current Western society.
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.
Is sharing an upsetting video depicting someone's suffering ever an effective and harmless way to spread awareness? Or is it the exact opposite?
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.