The second Candidate Question Time took place on Tuesday 21 February and offered students the chance to ask candidates running for Guild President, Communities & Equality Officer and Student Living Officer about their campaigns.
Palestinian groups “horrified” by new Guild Israeli and Zionist society
A new Guild-affiliated Israeli and Zionist Society has received a negative response from local Exeter Palestinian groups.
Parents open parliamentary petition for ‘Harry’s Law’ following death of Exeter student
The parents of third-year Exeter student Harry Armstrong Evans, who died in June 2021, have launched a petition calling for universities to be legally required to publish their yearly suicide statistics
Trophy over solidarity: FIFA’s clear message
Amy Rushton deciphers the decision that FIFA and the FA have made by banning One Love Armbands in Quatar.
Coroner’s report criticises University following death of Exeter student
An inquest into the death of Exeter student Harry Armstrong Evans, which concluded on 31 October, condemned the University for failing to respond to his “cry for help,” and for failing in its “safeguarding obligations.”
Parents push for “Harry’s Law” legislation after death of Exeter student
The parents of an Exeter student who died after taking his own life following third year exams last year are pushing for new legislation which would require universities to publish the annual suicide rate of their institution.
Students react to Costa closure and outlet changes on campus
Students have had mixed reactions to changes to outlets on campus according to an Exeposé survey. This comes in the wake of Costa closing on 22nd April, following the expiry of the outlet’s ten-year lease and the outlet’s choice not to renew it.
Support or empty words? Europe’s response to the Ukrainian refugee crisis
Amy Rushton discusses Europe’s response to the Ukrainian refugee crisis, and whether more should be done.