Chloe Pumares explores the ways we can overcome Imposter Syndrome
Students have spoken out about their experiences with the University following incidents of sexual assault and domestic abuse. A Vice Chancellor’s email to all students on 19 March reported that the University is liaising with the Devon and Cornwall Police after two sexual assaults on Exeter students took place on Streatham Campus in the early […]
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.
Three students have been fined £200 each after Devon and Cornwall Police were called to end a party in Lafrowda on Saturday 9 January.
The University of Exeter sent a Registrar email to all students stating that in response to the national lockdown that was introduced on Monday 4 January the decision was made to waive the rent charges during this lockdown period for those who do not return to their accommodation. Students have been calling for rent fees […]
Chloe Pumares investigates the role of the media in reporting on domestic abuse cases, using Johnny Depp’s lost libel case as a case study.
Chloe Pumares writes about the feminist themes of the 2020 remake of Rebecca.
Student’s Guild announces major changes In a statement released on 25 August 2020, the Guild revealed major changes to happen this year. Following negotiations with Sunday Blake, Guild President) and Liv Harvey, Vice President Activities, the University of Exeter has agreed to add £400,000 to the Guild’s annual block grant, which is the largest monetary […]
News Editor Chloe Pumares discusses the importance of explicitly showing consent on our TV screens in order to influence our attitudes and beliefs towards sex.
In the wake of the furore around Harry and Meghan Chloe Pumares asks whether or not the royals should be given as much attention when climate change, Trump and other more pressing stories are ignored.