The University and students have expressed disapproval of hazing and extreme drinking culture in clubs. A University of Exeter spokesperson says, “Initiation ceremonies at Exeter were banned in 2007 following the tragic death of an individual student.” Initiation ceremonies at Exeter were banned in 2007 following the tragic death of an individual student.” An anonymous […]
Jeremy Daubeny, a first year Economics and Politics student at the University of Exeter, has been put forward for a Pride of Britain Award. The nomination came following his ‘Tour de Full English’, in which he cycled around Britain to hunt down the top full English breakfast. As a result, Daubeny raised £37,500 for the […]
Guild election week has begun with the debate between the three candidates for VP Education. Hosted by current VP Education Penny Dinh, the candidates (Bella Enoizi, Sira Charbel and Taylor Watson), answered questions on academic representation, accessibility and ILPs and decolonizing the curriculum, among other topics. The candidates spoke of what the most important aims […]
Bridie Adams questions the fairness of gallery and theatre reopening in relation to the rest of the economy. Is it right that retail opens before the arts?
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams interviews beabadoobee.
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams reviews beabadoobee’s debut album.
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams shares her opinion on Miley Cyrus’s Heart of Glass.
Bridie Adams speaks about the potential dangers of social media activism and offers advice on how to avoid being labelled a superficial ally
A Fresher’s Guide to Packing for University Print Music Editor Bridie Adams gives us the down low on all the university essentials for every fresher If you are a returning Exeter student, you’ll already know the basics of what you need and don’t need at university. If you’re going to be a fresher in September, […]
Music Editor Bridie Adams reviews the hit musical, Hamilton, and the experience of viewing it from the comfort of your own home.