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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 cuisine made easy for students

U niversity can be eye-opening in many ways, and one of the biggest concerns when moving out is very close to our hearts, and stomachs...

Living Abroad in France: A Student’s Perspective

Living abroad in Strasbourg, France, this past year has really challenged everything I thought I knew about myself. I have seen myself become the...

International Columnist: blues from returning from Christmas

It is time to face the realities of going back to class for those students who have had the privileges of spending a peaceful...

South Africa’s University Riots: a plea for decolonisation?

Amidst the circus that was the US election, many other pressing issues have been marginalized. In particular, last month’s violent protests throughout universities in South...

Canada and the Crown: the Royals’ relationship to the First Nations

I confess, I did not attend. The welcoming ceremony for the arrival of Kate and William to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, fell on...

What can we learn from the impact of compulsory voting in...

Compulsory voting is a hugely contentious issue; for its opponents it flies in the face of every principle of democracy, yet for its supporters...

Politics down under: what to expect from the ACT legislative assembly...

While the world’s attention is being drawn to the debacle that is the 2016 United States Presidential Election, there’s a lot happening politically down...

#USElection: Promises, shouting and sweat: my experience at a Hillary Clinton...

Speaking in the middle of a crowded room, standing on a stage adorned with more American flags than I could count, Hillary Clinton is the...

Let’s get avocontrol: food in Brexit Britain

Now, I never intended for this column to be ultra-political, I promise it will remain lighthearted. However, I want to discuss the gastronomical repercussions on...

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