East Park development to go ahead

Exeter City Council approved the building of new student accommodation on Streatham Campus, which should provide housing for 1,200 students, on 24th April. The East...

May Day May Day: The upcoming General Election

Back on 18th April everyone was in complete shock after Theresa May announced there would be a general election on 8th June. Not only does...

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A New Dimension

3D printing has always seemed to me one of those futuristic technologies too far removed from the realms of everyday life to actually be viable. I’d be outright lying if I claimed to have...

Plenty of catfish in the sea

“I mean, you can’t make a Tinder profile without connecting it to Facebook,” my housemate reasoned. “So you kinda know people are legit, don’t you?” I agreed, whole-heartedly. Anything to justify that upcoming Tinder date...

Dancesport does Strictly Come Dancing!

All the glitz and glam of Strictly is coming to Exeter for one night only! Read on to make sure that you don't miss out on finding out about the most glamorous competition of...


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Exeter’s New Undergraduate STEM Journal: Brief Review

The Exeter Undergraduate Science Journal promises to be a much needed means of representation for students in CEMPS and CLES across for all of Exeter’s students, Penryn and St Lukes included. As part of...

From flying turbines to fusion: the new technologies in renewable energy

'Climate change is severely impacting the health of our planet and all of its inhabitants, and we must transition to a clean energy economy that does not rely on fossil fuels’. That's a quote from...
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Resistance Is Futile!!!

You hear stories about it in the news weekly, but just what is antibiotic resistance, and is the future of antibiotic era of healthcare as vulnerable as we are lead to believe? Antibiotic resistance is...