Print Lifestyle Editor Anna Romanvoska reflects on the greater need for online protection against sexual harassment following US ban
Anna Romanovska and Amy Butterworth, Lifestyle Editors, review the eagerly-anticipated Slow Fashion Show The stately, history-laden walls of Exeter Cathedral housed the second annual Slow Fashion Show on the 21st September, an endeavour to inspire a future sans Fast Fashion. As part of Exeter Fashion and Beauty Week (which knocked LFW out the park), this […]
Anna Romanovska responds to a New Statesman article that claimed University was a con, arguing it skirts around the really issue, inequality of outcomes between ethnicities in education.
Anna Romanovska takes us through the good, the bad and the ugly of the University Mental Health resources
Exeposé Music writers share their stories of significant songs in their lives.
Billie Eilish takes the all-too familiar role of the misunderstood teen to a whole new level. The whole new level of finally addressing that going through teen-hood is downright confusing. Yet Eilish faces a lot of criticism for this. For wanting to stand out and be seen, for singing about darker themes and for well…trying […]
Oh the infamous cigarette. Much has changed in society’s interpretation of the social drug, going from a small cylindrical object at the head of the ‘Doctor Says’ ads, to a must-have item in the promotion of female beauty standards, and finally landing the leading role of the ‘victim’ of harsh government policies. The evolution of […]
There are a few possible scenarios which may understandably make you feel rather sick. The sight of blood, officially called haemophobia, may cause a nauseous kick, or, if you’re acrophobic, then looking down from the edge of a cliff may riddle you with anxious shakes. Unfortunately for some of us, the unease we feel during […]
So, you’ve found yourself at that point of the year again. The Christmas celebrations are long gone, and you only just managed to part ways with your New Year’s Day hangover. The bright lights and laughter seem to have magically disappeared, replaced by the gloom and doom of the ‘January blues.’ The pile of unopened […]
Oh Prague, the beautiful Czech city located in the heart of central Europe. Its beautiful architecture and excellent beer on every corner are sure to capture your heart. But let’s be honest, the majority of interrailing students and stag-dos don’t find their way to the new ‘sin city’ of Europe just to bask in the […]