In this Spotlight series, The Features editorial team have dug deep to keep you informed on outsider stories that were missed in mainstream news. With the 2020 elections looming, the news cycle is inundated with headlines meticulously analysing the big players such as Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. However, if you blinked during the previous two […]
On Friday 20th September, the Exeter University Conservative Association hosted the Leader of the House of Commons Rt Hon Jacob Rees-Mogg. The hour-long event, open only to staff and students, touched on issues ranging from Party principles to immigration and, unavoidably, Brexit. Queues for the event stretched right across the Peter Chalk building, with students eagerly […]
Online Features Editor Bryan Knight reports on the recent political developments in Africa and assesses the threats faced by the continent. In 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced an ambitious initiative that would revamp an ancient trade network that connected the Eastern world with the West. This ‘Belt and Road Initiative’, as it is commonly […]
Online Features Editor Bryan Knight Interviews Ruby Granger to discuss her meteoric rise as a Study Tuber.
Four contributors make their case for the best coming-of-age films over the last four decades.
A talk show surviving more than one season, in our current broadcasting climate, seems almost miraculous. Lasting twenty-two years is unthinkable. Yet this is the reality for one show – The View. In 1997 Barbara Walters created the multigenerational platform for women to discuss a variety of ‘Hot Topics’. For the past two decades America’s […]
On a bright Friday afternoon at the end of March, Nick Davies, the multi-award-winning journalist sat down for an interview with Exeposé Features. Davies was in Exeter to deliver a talk as a part of Exeter’s ‘Creative Dialogues’ series, in conversation with Honorary Exeter Professor of Film Practice and renown director, producer and screenwriter, Don […]
Bryan Knight reports on the 20th anniversary of the Macpherson Report that labelled the Met ‘Institutional Racism’ This past weekend marked the 20th anniversary of Sir William Macpherson’s report into police handling of the Stephen Lawrence Case. The report famously labelled London’s Metropolitan Police as ‘institutionally racist’ and set out numerous recommendations. One must reflect on […]
Online Features Editor Bryan Knight offers an analysis of the divisive nature of international politics and explains why there is a need for a return to civility. In recent weeks, several critics of American President Donald Trump were sent suspicious packages containing pipe bombs. The apparent threat, made to the recipients, seems climactic of a […]
In April, Abiy Ahmed was sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Ethiopia after the forced resignation of his predecessor Hailemariam Desalegn. When Ahmed proclaimed that “This is a very historic moment for Ethiopia”, few could envisage the actions that would follow his words. In only a few months of his premiership, Ahmed has […]