An open letter circulating the student body is calling for the University of Exeter to institute compulsory education on consent and sexual violence. After two days of circulation, the letter has over 300 signatures.
“Lengthy, stressful and confusing”: students speak out over misconduct procedure
Over the past five years, the number of academic misconduct cases has more than doubled in occurrence, Exeposé can reveal.
The issue doesn’t end with Marilyn Manson
Print Editor Bryony Gooch looks at the recent allegations against Marilyn Manson in the wider context of sexual abuse in the music industry
Decolonising the Medieval
Print Editor Bryony Gooch looks at the University of Leicester’s decision to axe Medieval Literature as an attempt to decolonise the curriculum.
Class privilege: Exeter’s private school proportion growing
Print News Editor Chloe Pumares and Print Editor Bryony Gooch report on the growing proportion of private school students at the University of Exeter and what is being done to widen participation and outreach.
University fails to furlough casual workers again
The University will not furlough casual staff employed at Marketplace, as the retail chain reduces its opening hours for the foreseeable future of the lockdown.
University staff member refers to Students for Academic Mitigation campaign as “cyber terrorism”
Students have responded in outrage after seeing leaked emails of the Head of Education Services equating an email campaign from Students for Academic Mitigation to “cyber terrorism”.
Exeter students top UK leaderboards fundraising for Movember
Print Editor Bryony Gooch reports on the efforts of Exeter students raising money for Movember
Reduced contact hours: “there is no student input”
Reduced contact hours: “a kick in the teeth” After a week of schedules shifting and changing during Freshers’ Week, many students were confused after timetables finalised on 21 September displayed less contact hours than the average year. Contact hours have been split between synchronous teaching that is timetabled, and asynchronous teaching which is based on […]
The new woman in charge: An interview with Vice Chancellor Lisa Roberts
Exeposé speaks to Professor Lisa Roberts, Vice Chancellor, about racism, the DebSoc incident and blended learning Starting a new role in charge of a university can never be easy, and that’s only been made harder for Professor Lisa Roberts with the pandemic causing a myriad of logistical problems. Beyond this, there has also been the […]