Lucy Aylmer, Deputy Editor, reviews EUTCO’s Ideation ahead of their Edinburgh Fringe debut
Meta versus work
Deputy Editor, Lucy Aylmer discusses the potential impacts of the metaverse on the world of work
PRINT NEWS: Exeter University students and academics attend COP26
Exeter University students and academics attend COP26 Lucy Aylmer, Deputy Editor, talks to Exeter University COP26 delegates COP26 is the 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change and is currently being held in Glasgow. The University of Exeter will be in attendance, ‘helping to address the urgent issue of climate change by engaging with an ecosystem […]
BBC Radio Devon: Young people’s climate change debate
On Thursday 4 November, the BBC teamed up with Exeter College to host a young people’s climate change debate to be broadcasted on BBC Radio Devon.
University of Exeter students and representatives attend COP26 in Glasgow
COP26 is the 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change and was held from 31st October to 12th November 2021 in Glasgow.
In conversation: Bryan Knight
Lucy Aylmer, Deputy Editor talks to Bryan Knight about his time at Exeter and the importance of Black history
Can art challenge racism?
Lucy Aylmer, Deputy Editor, discusses the extent to which racism has been eradicated in the art world
Rugby clubs speak out amidst allegations of sexual misconduct, assault and racism
The Exeter University Rugby Football Club have launched an internal investigation following a series of allegations on social media ranging from sexual assault to racial abuse.
Deal with the devil
Lucy Aylmer, Deputy Editor, looks into the nature of NHS contracts during the pandemic
Censorship vs Freedom of Speech
Censorship vs Freedom of Speech Lucy Aylmer discusses the compromise between censorship and freedom of speech in light of recent world events. When Donald Trump was temporarily banned from Twitter for 12 hours amid the storming of the congress, Twitter stated the ban was on account of three offending tweets which were proclaimed to be […]