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Afropunk London 2017 – Review

Afropunk London was the most fashionable event I’ve ever been to. Everything from the labyrinthian industrial complex of a venue, Printworks, to its attendees...

Choosing an identity for ourselves

LGBT students’ experience is mixed. On one hand, people who don’t identify with traditional genders and sexualities can nowadays be open without fear of...

“It’s not great, is it?” – Stephen Bush on the state...

Stephen Bush is a very tall man. This is probably a ridiculous way to start an article, but, speaking as somebody who very nearly...

Report: VP Welfare & Diversity debate

With seven candidates competing to replace Naomi Armstrong as VP Welfare & Diversity, tonight’s debate was tipped by many to be the most exciting of the...

2015: The year of diversity in fashion

Trends, by their very nature, grow and fade, and this is never so true as in the fashion industry. For 2015, it wasn’t just...

2015: A year in review (July – December)

Missed our recap of January to June? Find it just here. Now to look at the latter half of 2015... July The second half of our...

Sabb Question Time 12/11 report

Sarah Gough, Editor of Exeposé, chaired and kicked off the first Sabb Question Time of the year alongside President Laura-Jane Tiley, VP Activities Katie O'Connor,...

Editorial: A diversity dilemma

White and middle-class. This is the stereotype that permeates both Exeter and its University. In this issue we decided to investigate what this really...

Exeter misses state school target

Exeter has failed to reach the government benchmark for the proportion of students coming from state schools, which could lead to the University being heavily...

Being black in a white space

As a Nigerian, I grew up in a country where everyone looked like me, spoke like me and had the same cultural baseline. Like...