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Booklets distributed on campus linking Palestinians with Nazism deemed ‘vomit-inducing’ [TWs...

B ooklets distributed in the forum building on Exeter's Streatham campus are coming under fire from students for "the demonization of Palestinians and Arabs". The booklets -...

Regret à Manger

The University of Exeter is a business. This is one of the many things I have learned whilst attending this historic institution. This revelation...

Pret: A Controversial Coffee Shop

We all know that the decision to allow Pret to descend onto campus was an unpopular one among many of Exeter's students; the big businesses...

Editorial: Johnny for VP

We've got down and dirty this week - aren’t we givers. After months of planning, Sexeposé is finally a reality. We ran a sexual...

Silent Forum sit-in in solidarity with Syria

Parliament voted to launch bombing raids against Islamic State in Syria last Wednesday 2 December, however the decision faced opposition from MPs themselves who voted...

SPOTTED: Music In The Forum (Week 2)

Samantha Chantarasak Year: Third Subject: English with Study in North America Song: Grimes - 'Flesh Without Blood' "It's innovative pop that's unique in our moment" Alex Hills Year: Third Subject: Geography Song:...

Library fines fall by nearly £30,000

R evenue generated by library fines fell by nearly £30,000 last year, an Exeposé Freedom of Information (FOI) request has revealed. In the 2013-2014 academic year, the Library...

Happiness can be found, if one only remembers to turn on...

"Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light" - Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and...

UKIP candidate accused of racism after joking that he’d “rather face...

UKIP's Exeter candidate has been accused of making racist comments at a hustings this evening, after claiming that he would “rather face 10 Russians...

Social Architecture- and why it shouldn’t be all about politics

Cicely Barnett explains why the architecture of Exeter's beloved Sidwell Street could soon put a spring in your step... Sidwell Street, Exeter, has become somewhat...