A new Waitrose store is confirmed to open in the next year; the first time a Waitrose has graced Guildford in over 40 years. As well as the store on York Road, there will also be a 168 car parking site and 10 cycle spaces for shoppers.
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When best friends Betty Kelly and Sanjana Sreekumar began as Freshers at the University of Surrey, they defied the student stereotype, ditching the tinned sponge pudding for a good home-made Victoria Sponge. Their love and enthusiasm for baking led to the birth of University’s first ever Baking Society.
21st May 2013 Read more...SCIENCE & TECH»
1 NASA signs off ambitious sampling mission NASA has agreed its approval on a billion dollar mission to send a spacecraft to orbit; the asteroid 101955 Bennu – one of the most potentially dangerous asteroids to hit earth in the next century. The plan is to map the asteroid with visible, infrared and X-Rays and send a sample collector to obtain samples of the rock.
20th May 2013 Read more...ARTS»
When people talk about prog-rock, you immediately think of the 70s, men with long hair, and lengthy, sprawling songs with unsubtle but undeniably good musicianship. Besides rubbing it in your face with instrumental solos that go on for eternity, bands like Rush, Yes and, more recently, Dream Theater and Tool have laid foundations for the ceaseless evolutions and innovations of metal.
21st May 2013 Read more...SPORTS»
After the great 2012 summer Olympics in London you would think that the government, and relevant sporting bodies involved, would look to make the most out of the sports suspect to growth in British sport. Athletics in particular could have looked to make the most of its facilities.
4th Mar 2013 Read more...OPINION & ANALYSIS»
In the run-up to Halloween many of us will be scrambling around desperately trying to piece something together with no idea what we actually want to be. We all enjoy dressing up as someone else for one night of the year and deciding what to be is always part of the fun.
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That’s why we’ve decided to focus on loving your body for this issue. That might sound embarrassing but I think it’s something we all need to learn to do.
1.6 million people in the UK suffer from an eating disorder, according to the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence. Reports suggest that men make up anywhere from 10% to a quarter of all sufferers. These statistics are shocking enough on their own, but barely touch on the amount of people who are unhappy with the way they look. There is no way of measuring the amount of guys who long for bigger muscles or girls who wish for flatter stomachs. The body can become a battle ground for so many people. That is why The Stag have chosen to have our own Body Consciousness Issue. The timing of this issue is rather fitting given that Christmas is coming up and we all know that Christmas means overeating. The Daily Record estimates that Christmas Dinner can contain up to 3,500 calories. That’s enough to send some of us into a spiral of worry and self hate.Read more...
An open letter to the Editor of The Stag, st [‘NOTE 1: this questionnaire was to GAUGE opinion, NOT to form the basis of the review or the final decisions. NOTE 2: these are the ca...Read more...
Calls PM a “wanker” Chant advocates burning the Government Vicki Baars, NUS Vice President Union Development has sent a page of chants to student union Presidents calling for Tories and Liberal Democrats to be piled onto a bonfire and burned. Lyrics to the chant read: “Build a bonfire, build a bonfire, put the tories on the top, put the libdems in the middle and burn the f***ng lot!” Ms Baars has since apologised for sending the chants round.Read more...
Following the newly launched ‘Change One Thing’ campaign, on Sunday 18 A quiet start gave way to a multitude of opinions on everything from the prices at Chancellors, to the use of heating in the university buildings. Currently topping the votes on C.Read more...
Independent ‘Zero Tolerance’ candidate Kevin Hurley won the Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner election by the slenderest of margins on the 15 The elections, which are the first of their kind in England and Wales, caused controversy due to the apparent lack of awareness or campaigning by either the Electoral Commission and the candidates themselves, and the politicisation of what many expect to be an independent public service. The candidates themselves had already clashed at the University’s hustings over the privatisation of police services and budget cuts, with Iles facing a personal grilling from Surrey graduate Rowan Cole over the validity of her manifesto.Read more...