Student-workers have spoken out after the University failed to furlough much of its casual staff.
It seems the Brexetian repercussions are endless. This last exeposè illustrates the UK government’s opportunities for reform as negotiations involving agriculture continue digitally throughout the pandemic, with big names and a large petition advocating reform.
Medical students at the University of Exeter graduate early to Join NHS fight against Covid-19 Medical students at the University of Exeter have graduated earlier than anticipated online to start work in the NHS to support the fight against coronavirus. Vice-Chancellor at the University of Exeter Professor Sir Steven Smith announced in an email to […]
Exeter City Councillors have agreed to support an initiative by Devon Climate Emergency Response Group (DCERG) to reduce local carbon emissions. The DCERG aims to bring members of the public and organisations in the community together to create a county-wide ‘roadmap’ plan designed to significantly reduce carbon emissions in the city and county. As stated […]