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Sex work – the middle ground?

I’m writing this in a state of nausea; an effect of the post-exposure HIV medication which I have to take after a client last week removed his condom, and forcefully continued to have sex with me...

The Sabb – How the elections work

So we know there is a large buzz for students running to be in a society committee, but let’s talk about the unsung heroes of our student body, who make a huge difference to...

Exeter: A home from home

Where are you from? It’s one of those very standard, straightforward questions, like “What’s your name?” or “How old are you?” A question most people don’t really think twice about before they answer. Well....

Female Varsities? It’s About Time

If you speak to anybody who played for EURFC in the recent South West Rugby Derby, they’ll surely tell you that there was something particularly special about playing under the lights at Sandy Park...

Coming out as bisexual at university

Things You Hear Coming Out as Bisexual at University Exeter has been great for two things regarding my sexuality. The first being the opportunity to experiment. Before university I was “bicurious”, but to everyone else I...

A pole new perspective?

probably didn’t come into Imy own regarding feminism and activism until I came to university. But since I’ve been here, I’ve realised that its more important than ever to keep on challenging perceptions, in...

Let the people decide – The Guild President Candidates

Edward Mudd Edward Mudd. Edward Mudd. What’s in a name? Where does a person begin with a creature of his calibre? I can only speak from my own experience. I first saw Ed on the...

Does anyone fancy a Solero? Is ice cream gay?

I never thought I’d be writing an article about how ice creams are gay, but a lot of awful things have happened this year, so here we are. On The Grand Tour Amazon TV Prime...

What we should all be asking: To intern or not to intern?

Hontestly, the main reason I’m at Exeter isn’t because my career plans relate directly to my degree; I’ve no burning desire to become the next Plato, or enter into politics. If I didn’t participate...

The Pen from Penryn: why January could always be worse

J January is always a month that is stressful for students. You soon realise that you did absolutely no work over Christmas and that you have numerous imminent essays and exams that make up an...

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