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King Billy to be demolished

Physical, dynamic, perhaps even arresting. A sincere review for a theatrical performance, an equally apt description of our local pub, King Billy. Located on...

An interview with Exeter’s Ben Bradshaw

The speed everyone walks in Parliament must be at least five times the average pace. Or at least this is what it feels like...

Exeter comes together to celebrate Pride 17

“O n Saturday Exeter came together to celebrate the lesbian, gay and transgender community at Pride 2017. Rainbow flags and flowers took over the...

What Trump’s presidency could mean for Israel Palestine and why it...

For most millennials, the Israel Palestine conflict has been constantly in the background of our lives. Since Israel’s declaration of nationhood in 1948, there...

Live Review: EUCO Spring Concert @ Mary Harris Memorial Chapel

The Chapel is one of those corners of campus that I find myself often walking past, but never having gone in. Tucked behind the...

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...

The housing nightmare we are all facing

t’s happened again. IWhile my friends in London chill out and enjoy the dawning of winter, here we are - frantically searching for houses...

International Columnist: It’s not the Uni’s fault that we have hills!

I remembered the first time I arrived at Exeter by bus, I was so excited that I decided to walk to the university instead...

What do Exeter students think about increasing fees?

Most of us were living in a nice bubble thinking that at least we shall never pay more than the already expensive £9,000 a...

Timetabling and carers

Freshers’ Week is in full swing and that can only mean the yearly “timetable controversy” is back in full force. Weighed down by the...