The pandemic has seen a significant rise in takeaway culture given restrictions on other areas of daily life. Lucy Aylmer provides us with an overview of the best and worst takeouts in Exeter.
Exeter research finds play and meaty food reduce hunting by cats A study from the University of Exeter has revealed that premium cat food with proteins sourced from meat can reduce the number of prey animals that cats bring home by 36 per cent and that playful interactions between cats and owners resulted in a […]
After the loss of last summer’s festivals to Covid, many are growing concerned that the same fate lies ahead for this summer. Lucy Aylmer discusses the measures required to protect the industry’s future and predictions for what the 2021 festival scene could entail.
Local artist, Molly Rooke talks to Exeposé about her postponed exhibition at Exeter Phoenix and how the environment is at the top of her artistic agenda
University of Exeter unveils new accommodation development plans The University of Exeter have announced plants to demolish Clydesdale, Nash Grove and Birks Grange refectory accommodation and replace them with new self-catered student flats to house 1,500 students. In addition to student accommodation, ancillary services such as a shop and café will be built. The plans […]
Arts & Lit Editor Lucy Aylmer examines the position of political cartoonists in today’s political and social climate.
After almost a year of the world’s ongoing search for a solution to Covid, Lucy Aylmer discuss Pfizer’s recent breakthrough in producing an effective Covid vaccine.
Lack of women in Covid-reporting Lucy Aylmer writes about the lack of women in the media’s coverage of Covid-19. A special report on women’s underrepresentation in news media has discovered that women’s expertise in the news has been significantly reduced in comparisons to men’s presence in the news. Between 2005-2015 only one in five experts in the news were […]
Arts and Lit Editor Lucy Aylmer discusses Leicester Sweatshops as as part of her series on fast fashion
From Garbage to Gold Lucy Aylmer discusses the trends in sustainable fashion as part of her mini series on the industry Fast fashion is big business and promises healthy returns for investors, with research suggesting that 66% of all online fashion traffic is attributed to the industry. However, there appears to be a counterculture, the […]