Print Editor Aaron Loose reviews Clairo’s debut album
Over 610 students have accommodation cancelled after “grossly irresponsible” construction delays Hundreds of new students have been forced to find new accommodation after being told that ‘The Depot’ will not be finished in time for September. In a statement given to Exeposé, The Depot confirmed “Due to construction delays at The Depot which our contractor […]
Print Editor Aaron Loose gives a glowing review of the latest Bill Callahan album.
The Devon and Cornwall region has 125,000 more people than the police is funded to protect. The 45 million tourists who visit the South West during the summer are not counted by the Government, leaving a gap in the Devon and Cornwall Constabulary’s budget. Plymouth City Council asked Devon & Cornwall Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez […]
A man has been taken into custody after students were threatened with a replica gun at the University of Exeter. Armed police were called to the University’s Streatham campus around 11.30am. According to a statement released by the Devon and Cornwall police earlier today, armed officers were immediately sent to the scene and “were able […]
Print Editor Aaron Loose reviews Tyler, The Creator’s latest album.
The Guild has announced substantial reforms to ExTunes, which has raised concerns amongst committee members of the ExTunes Council. Last Wednesday (15 May), committee members of the ExTunes Student Council were told that the student group will go through a significant restructuring in August. The Guild has concluded that ExTunes in its current format does […]
The Exeter Students’ Guild has voted to stay in the National Union of Students. 1,291 students voted, surpassing the 1,187 total the referendum needed for a legitimate result. Out of the 23,615 students eligible to vote, only 5.5 per cent voted. 681 students (52.75%) voted “For” continued affiliation The online vote opened at 9am, […]
Several law students have expressed frustration at the Bracton Law Society’s (BLS) president’s relationship with a disgraced student who shared racist comments in a WhatsApp group chat last year. Two BAME students, both studying law, have voiced their disappointment that BLS president Lily Hayes was dating a member of the group chat that was exposed […]
The University has apologised to a lecturer after failing to provide clear information about staff pensions. Dr Katherine Newstead, who is disabled, started lecturing as an English & Film Postgraduate Teaching Assistant (PTA) in January. On 2 April, Dr. Newstead took to Twitter to complain about her difficulties exiting the University’s pension scheme, citing discrimination. […]