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Are students ready for real life?

As an English student with six contact hours a week, managing a full-time job after university seems like a pretty intimidating concept. Envied by...

The Sabb Campaigns and Attitudes Towards Mental Health

Anyone who was paying even the slightest attention to the recent Sabb elections will have noticed the dominating presence of mental health across the...

Why run for a committee position?

As the yearly society committee elections come around again, it feels weird to look back on my year on Exeposé committee. When I ran...

Young, dumb and broke

It’s a given that almost every student, even at the privileged Surrey-away-from-Surrey known as the University of Exeter, will go through some money troubles...

The maintenance loan rush

Student loan day. The most sacred date in every student’s calendar by a mile. You’ve already spent half of it before it arrives thanks...

You booze, you lose- Has Britain’s drinking culture gone too far?

"I learned it in England where indeed they are most potent in potting." These words uttered in Othello convey the long and fabled relationship...

Students’ voting habits drastically change from 2015 to 2017

A study published by the University of Exeter has shown that students' voting habits have changed considerably in recent years: even since 2015, a...

Manning up: a problem not a solution

Quick trigger warning before you read this article: It deals with mental health issues and may stir up some intentionally repressed feelings. I know...

Election 2017: what do the students think?

It has often been claimed that both the apathy of young voters is partially to blame for recent political events, and that our voice...

Tales from the houses of horror

Before I moved into my first student house, I was expecting the experience to mirror a less blow-dried episode of Friends. But what I...