Amy expresses skepticism on the outward appearance of our government around COVID-19. This being the phasing in of “draconian” measures as the government’s approach to greater palatability for the nation. This is, rather, a rouse behind which hides the Tory cabinet’s ambiguity and sudden 180 turn. The article analyses the pattern of Johnson’s behaviour that has left many in the UK unconvinced.
Amy Butterworth discusses the legitimacy of reading for the purposes of escapism
Amy Butterworth reports on President Trump’s labelling of Covid-19 and the implications of his racist language A photographer for the Washington Post recently captured that US President Donald Trump had specifically crossed out “coronavirus” in his notes for the press conference, in order to replace it with the racist phrase “Chinese virus”, all in quintessential […]
Amy Butterworth discusses the ethics of online retail during the current COVID-19 pandemic With the world in crisis, it has exposed capitalism’s dark underbelly, and how it manifests in horrifying ways. At these unprecedented times, consumers have witnessed how companies, especially fashion retailers, have responded to the coronavirus pandemic and can use it as a […]
Amy Butterworth shares some of the very best Studio Ghibli productions now available on Netflix.
Amy Butterworth illustrates the commonly misinterpreted term, Tantra and the framework in which its exhibition was developed Upon my first delving into the Tantra movement, following the announcement by the British Museum on their exhibition showcasing the ancient philosophy, I couldn’t help but think: why is everyone talking about Sting? Apparently he brought it into […]
Post from the Past Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, shares the implications of T.S. Eliot’s secret love letters Scholars have had little to no qualms about using writer’s diaries and letters to strengthen their theses. But deconstructing this, there is something deeply intrusive about rifling through the the intimate workings of their brains. Justified for […]
Online Lifestyle Editor Amy Butterworth visits Exeter’s best kept (vegan) secret If you’re yearning for an escape from the claustrophobic hustle and bustle of Exeter’s city centre, then amble over to Fore Street to find Foodie Exeter’s best kept secret. It’s neatly tucked away in the quaint yet concealed McCoy’s Arcade, which makes it’s name, […]
Exeposé writers reveal our ten favourite films of the past decade.
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, interviews President of the Fashion Society Sacha Bushby on their upcoming charity fashion show 2019 was the year of buzzwords in the fashion world: ethical, sustainable, independent, vintage, the list endures. However, the Exeter Fashion Society are bringing in the new decade with style and consideration, as they translate these […]