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Should freshers revise in the library? (for)

As we roll into the exam season, the inevitable debate arises over whether first years really need access to the library as other, older...

The lasting legacy of the Bike Shed Theatre

On the 31st March, the Bike Shed Theatre opened its doors to the public for the last time. What started as an ambitious theatrical...

Exeter’s estate agencies – help or horror?

Is it really worth joining a well-known estate agent and paying their membership fee? Or do these big estate agents catering to students have...

Veggie Corner – green peas

Every fresher house has its awkward first cuppa. We’ve all been there: the silence as the chink of teaspoon on china hangs in the...

Veggie Corner – cauliflower

It’s tasteless. It’s pale. It’s versatile. I’ll admit, cauliflower is an odd choice of vegetable to represent but it deserves the spotlight for its...

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Earlier this year, the University and College Union (UCU) had announced that industrial action would take place during a four-week period commencing 22 February...

Regev’s claims put in context

I came from a small city called Gaza. It’s just 360 square kilometres. For 22 years, I saw nothing beyond this area. The only...

UCU Strike: The Exeposé Verdict

IT is rare for Exeposé to stand up and openly take a stance on controversial topics. We have not done so for some time,...

UCU Strike: Can we really be neutral? The Guild’s response

With the industrial action that is proposed can the Guild really be neutral? Should the Guild be neutral? When we sent out our position...

UCU Strike: The University’s Response

We fully recognise the importance of pensions savings to our colleagues and their families. The USS includes in its membership virtually all academic staff...