Three students have been fined £200 each after Devon and Cornwall Police were called to end a party in Lafrowda on Saturday 9 January.
Guild President, Sunday Blake, has announced the University will be reviewing its Student Drug and Alcohol Policy during term two in 2021.
While it is not compulsory, the University of Exeter has advised students to take a Coronavirus test before travelling home for winter break.
The University of Exeter has announced the No Detriment Policy will not be applied to assessments completed in the 20/21 academic year.
University of Exeter bans indoor household mixing The University of Exeter has asked students not to meet different households indoors for the next 14 days. The Registrar’s latest email states that this new rule begins today, Monday 28 September, and aims to “avoid further local restrictions of the type already seen in a number of […]
Exeter is the 10th most Instagrammable university in UK The University of Exeter beats the University of Manchester and the University of Lincoln to become the tenth most Instagrammable university in the whole of the UK. Based on data analysed by The Knowledge Academy, the University has been tagged at least 78,608 times on Instagram […]
As Black Lives Matter protests across the world continue to take place, so do calls to defund the police. News editor, Emily Im, investigates how and why defunding the police would work.
A racially-motivated attack has left a 35 year old taxi driver needing stitches. On Sunday 16 February, an Asian taxi driver picked up four people—two men and two women—outside John Lewis. According to a Devon and Cornwall police spokesperson, once they were all in the taxi one of the male passengers started probing the driver […]
For this series, Emily Im reflects on the historical significance and legacy of Mary Seacole. Mary Seacole 1805-1881 A reputable nurse and businesswoman, Seacole was skilled in treating people with cholera and yellow fever and used her medical knowledge to help countless soldiers during the Crimean War. Born in Jamaica—which was part of the British […]
Emily Im reflects on the life and legacy of activist Claudia Jones – the ‘mother’ of Notting Hill Carnival Claudia Jones 1915-1964 Born in Trinidad, Jones was a journalist, political activist and intersectional feminist who established the Notting Hill Carnival and spent most of her life fighting against racial discrimination. At eight years old, she […]