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The lasting legacy of the Bike Shed Theatre

On the 31st March, the Bike Shed Theatre opened its doors to the public for the last time. What started as an ambitious theatrical...

IKEA Builds Up To Exeter Launch

Ikea is bringing the “Wonderful Everyday Tour” to Exeter and areas across Devon, ahead of the Exeter store’s opening on the 10thMay. Following last...

RAMM celebrates 150th anniversary

Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial Museum celebrated its 150th anniversary on Saturday 21 April. The Museum was officially opened in 1869 after years of planning...

Exeter’s estate agencies – help or horror?

Is it really worth joining a well-known estate agent and paying their membership fee? Or do these big estate agents catering to students have...

Exeter strikes again with artistic talent: Paddon Award, 2018

It was a blissful evening of astonishing art, music and film, bringing together the magnificent talent that Exeter students possess. Set in the cafe...

The importance of being creative: Art Soc’s exhibition launch night

Picture this (pun intended): it’s a cold Monday evening. There is a selection of disparate artworks in both A&V and Thornlea Rannoch, our studio...

Boxing Varsity 2: Lights Out at The Lemon Grove

FOLLOWING Exeter University Boxing Club's first varsity of the year in November, the ring returned to The Lemon Grove on Friday 16 February. With...

Rugby Varsity 2018: No love lost as Exeter dump Bath in...

GOING into the game, you could be forgiven for thinking an Exeter win in the varsity match was something of a formality. Buoyed by a...

The unofficial Exe-it list

Having just completed my first term, it’s already scarily clear what it entails to be an Exeter student. It seems that the lifestyle adopted...

Shaping up

New Year, New Us? Maybe. As usual, it seems like “getting fit” is once again on everyone’s list of New Year’s Resolutions. It might...