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Backpacking do’s and don’ts: advice you REALLY need to follow

So, your exams are over, the English rain in July is getting you down, and the summer is stretching out in front of you,...

Free the nipple: a lesson in life-drawing

When I first considered modelling for a life-drawing class, I was pretty gung-ho about it all, and emailed into the University’s Art Society to...

Cheers, Exeter! An International Experience

Coming to Exeter has been the best and worst decision of my life. Believe me. The University of Exeter. “So where is it in...

International columnist: the importance of family visits

With the first term slowly coming to an end, many have speculated that at least half of the rooms in Duryard Halls residence will...

Yik Yak attack

 I am Abi, and I’m addicted to Yik Yak. It’s a staple on my home screen – an honourable achievement when faced with competition over my phone’s pitiful...

This Lemonade tastes flat to me…

Beyoncé has returned with a new PR-driven project; woven within the enclaves of phony populism, the politicisation of the grief of newly sonless black families, and apparently, the...

Op-Ed: Why Exeter University Needs Right2Debate

I began working as a campaign representative, and most recently as an editor, for the #Right2Debate campaign a few months ago, in response to...

‘Anorexia is narcissism’? I can’t stomach this

F ollowing Joan Bakewell’s opinion that growing rates of eating disorders among teenagers is a 'sign of narcissism', this veteran broadcaster has admitted to...

The darker consequences of public library cuts

“My life began the day I got my library card.” That is probably a sad hyperbole, but I do love public libraries. There is something...