Emma Hussain highlights Dr Jess Wade, a scientist who writes Wikipedia entries about other women in science
Emma Hussain explains the need for a progressive drug policy in light of the revelations about Tory leadership contenders’ drug use.
Emma Hussain discusses Judith Kerr’s impact on the effects of reading children’s books on child development.
A man has been taken into custody after students were threatened with a replica gun at the University of Exeter. Armed police were called to the University’s Streatham campus around 11.30am. According to a statement released by the Devon and Cornwall police earlier today, armed officers were immediately sent to the scene and “were able […]
Emma Hussain reports on the controversy surrounding Alabama’s recent abortion ban and explores the wider ramifications.
Agroup of students at the University of Exeter Penryn campus are campaigning for the university to drop its fossil fuel investments. According to Divest Penryn, the university’s endowment fund continues to hold shares worth over £2 million in fossil fuel companies. Divest Penryn addressed an open letter to the university administration on 1 May calling […]
Exeter subjects have come out on top in the influential Complete University Guide rankings for 2020. Released on 1 May, the rankings place 26 Exeter subjects in top ten positions, and 36 in the top 20. Top achievers were Sports Science, Anthropology, Business and Management Studies, and Medical Technology, all ranking third in the country, […]
The Students’ Guild announced last night that a referendum will be held to decide whether they should remain affiliated with the National Union of Students. Student campaigner registration will be open from Monday 13 May to Thursday 16 May, with voting open from Tuesday 28 May to Thursday 30 May. The announcement comes only three […]
Update: After this article was published on 11 April , the Exeter Students’ Guild apologised to the student on 17 June for releasing a statement that “unintentionally implied” the student’s comments at the conference were of a hateful nature. The Exeter Students’ Guild’s full apology can read here. Exeter Students’ Guild has responded after an […]
Exeter will strive to become carbon neutral by 2030, the City Council announced on Friday, March 15. This commitment follows a motion recognising the urgency of climate change and Exeter’s duty to act “quickly, collectively and concertedly”. Meeting with protestors outside Exeter Civic Centre, Cllr Rachel Sutton confirmed the goal and explained environmental work already […]