Sport Spotlight: an introduction to Water Polo Abi Taphouse introduces readers to the university’s Water Polo Club and what they have been up to in this difficult year Often deemed one of the most physically demanding sports to play, it is no surprise that Water Polo is one of the smaller AU clubs at Exeter. […]
The Best Films of the 2010s: #25-11
An ensemble of Screen writers continue to list their favourite films of the past decade.
The Best Films of the 2010s: #50-26
An ensemble of Screen writers pitch in with their favourite films of the 2010s.
Online Screen Editor, Abi Taphouse, reviews Danny Boyle’s new release, Yesterday.
Soundtrack to Our Lives
Exeposé Music writers share their stories of significant songs in their lives.
Exeter young people strike for climate change
On Friday 24th May, Exeter YouthStrike marched for the third time, calling for the government to take action on climate change. Starting outside Devon County Hall, protesters gave speeches and invited people to come up and speak. At just after 11.30, the group marched along the pavement to Bedford Square in Exeter town centre, where […]
Review: Dead to Me
I began watching Dead to Me on Netflix on Saturday night and despite the fact I had an exam on the Tuesday afternoon, I had finished it by Sunday morning. The balance achieved between the very real and traumatic loss of Jen’s husband, Nick, and the easy watching aspects of the series that Netflix was trying to […]
Review: Wine Country
Any film starring Maya Rudolph (Bridesmaids, Grown Ups, The Good Place), already sets a precedent that it will be exactly what you expect it to be. Mix in a big ‘ol spoon of Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation) in her directorial debut and you get Wine Country. A mildly heartwarming tale of old friends who go […]