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Exeter fashion show to raise money for UNICEF

Exeter Fashion Society are holding a fashion show in collaboration with UNICEF on campus to raise money for the children’s charity. The event is taking place on the 5th March in the Great Hall...

Paddon Award with prize of £125 now open

The University of Exeter’s cross-arts award, also known as the Paddon Award, has now opened its applications to students with a top prize of £125. The theme for this year is Unity. The award invites you...

Students protest against cancellation of Friends of Palestine event

Students took to Forum Hill to protest against the cancellation of a Guild-approved 'Mock Israeli Checkpoint' event by the University. The event, marketed on Facebook as 'Defend Activism', was organised in order to "demonstrate for...

University bans Guild-approved event by Friends of Palestine

After gaining Guild approval in principle for a theatrical performance outside the Forum, Friends of Palestine had their event cancelled by the university over "safety and security issues". Exeposé understands that the university has not...

Lasting recognition for a “unique Chancellor”

Staff, press and visitors including Exeter’s Lord Mayor gathered on campus on 10 February for the unveiling of a bronze statue of Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE, former Chancellor. Vice Chancellor Sir Steve Smith began the...

Students’ Guild #WeAreAllExeter and #HumansOfExeter campaigns launched

The Students’ Guild has launched a new campaign that aims to increase inclusivity and celebrate the diversity that exists within our community. The campaign, named #WeAreAllExeter, claims to offer an opportunity for students to share their...

Exeter Sabbatical Elections 2017: The Results

Exeter’s new Guild President will be Shades, it was announced tonight – following a record-breaking elections week which saw 44% of students turn out to vote. https://twitter.com/ExeterVote/status/832684684811313152 Taking over from current President Toby Gladwin, Shraddha Chaudhary...

Students set to march against fascism on campus

Students have organised a protest march through campus grounds in response to a recent story in Exeposé that hit national headlines (The Guardian, BBC, The Telegraph, RT, The Sun). A swastika and a sign...

Applications open for Summer Adventures 2017

Exeter Student Volunteers is recruiting students for its flagship Summer Adventures Project, helping to provide respite and support for young carers in Exeter. Organised and run by student volunteers, this year's project takes place in early August -...

Sabb Week: Guild President Debate roundup

The candidates for Guild President concluded this series of debates with some of the most electric performances seen throughout the week. Coupled with a Chair whose methods mixed precision with ferocity, and a series...

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