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New regulator seeking more data on Prevent

Chris Lindsay, Director of Governance and Compliance at the University, updated students and staff on 31 October about changes to the implementation of the...

Exeter students march for People’s Vote

The largest number of Exeter students so far took part in the People’s Vote march on 20 October of this year. They joined an estimated...

Islamic Society raises over £14k

The University of Exeter’s Islamic Society have raised £14,344.40 during Charity Week, which was held between 22 and 28 October. This amount surpasses the...

Stuck on Mount Brexit

Theresa May likes her walking holidays. She reportedly decided to call last year's general election on one such venture in Snowdonia. She may not...

The King Billy Closes Its Doors

The King Billy pub on Longbrook Street, which had built up a loyal following over the years, closed its doors on Tuesday 10th July....

Exeter Student Cuts Hair for Charity

Harriet Stack, a third-year drama student, is cutting her hair and donating it to The Little Princess Trust. On her JustGiving Page, Hattie states:...

Baby it’s cold outside: Exmouth Christmas swim

While most Devonians were enjoying Christmas Day in the warmth of their own homes, hundreds of brave souls participated in the annual Exmouth Christmas...

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

THE Exeter University Evangelical Christian Union (ECU) are set to host the annual Exeter carol service in St James’ Park on Tuesday 5 December...

Are millennials just sloganeers? Or can something actually be done?

We all know the clichés about our generation, who have been christened ‘millennials’ by policy geeks. We whinge. We whine. We never shut up...