Fenton Christmas explains what it’s like being a student from a low income background and how the university fails to address the impacts inequality can have on less affluent students’ studies.
Absolutely Sabb-ulous? AS someone who’s now in their fourth year at this University (I feel so old), February brings me more dread and repressed exasperation than any other month. Yes, the upcoming Sabb elections once again loom – everybody try and contain your excitement. Once again, Forum Hill will transform into a minefield of campaigners […]
Review: Blade Runner 2049
When I was 6, my mum took me to see Ice Age at my local world of cinema, only for me to bawl my eyes out at the part where the animals return the baby to its father. Then, when I was a 15, tears poured down my cheeks at the end of Toy Story […]
Review: Deepwater Horizon
In a time of films filled with forced product placement and brand exposure it is incredibly refreshing to see a huge, multi-national corporation attacked in a strong, but not over empowering way. Director Peter Berg’s Deepwater Horizon is an extremely well-crafted and tense film with some seriously scathing indictments of the controversial oil company BP. […]
Review: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
It’s one of the oldest questions that you will find on a playground – who would win in a fight, Batman or Superman? Nearly three years since its announcement and one of the most anticipated films of the decade has finally hit the silver screen; pitching two of the most iconic comic book and cultural […]
Football League predictions 2015/16
With more than half the season having passed, the Football League is starting to get to the nitty-gritty of the season. League tables have taken shape and we can start to see the teams that will be battling for either promotion or survival. Here are Exepose’s predictions for the nine teams going up and the […]
Exeter City 1-1 Bristol Rovers: Reid to the rescue
Adramatic injury-time Jamie Reid goal salvaged a point for Exeter in a very wet West Country derby at St James Park. After two impressive away wins, including one against fierce rivals Plymouth, the Grecians returned to St James Park to face a Bristol Rovers side without an away win since the end of October. The […]
Are HD remakes ruining gaming?
Remakes, remixes and remasters. I’m sure that everyone has a game with one of those words in the name. Those games from our childhoods that we nostalgically cling to like a gaming security blanket as well as those great titles that we never got around to playing are now available to play in HD […]
The slippery slope at Stamford Bridge
How the mighty have fallen. Chelsea have transformed from a side that was completely dominant in the Premier League last season, to a side that is currently languishing in the bottom half of the table. The champions’ terrible start to this season has quickly spiralled out of control, losing half of their eight games so […]