An Exeposé Contributor details his own experience of domestic abuse and, in doing so, raises awareness of other men – who too often suffer in silence.
Review: The Unexpected Joy of the Ordinary by Catherine Gray Danni Darrah reviews one of her most loved novels It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the self-help genre. I’ve read how to not give a f*** with Manson, understood the ways of a calm life with Fearne Cotton and even tried finding the […]
Alice Tate explores the importance of body positivity during lockdown.
Aakz Karri relates the joys of unearthing childhood memories On the 16th of March, the first measures which led to lockdown had been announced and as a consequence I returned home to The Hague in the Netherlands. It has been an interesting experience, especially since it has slowed and allowed for unlimited time with family […]
Danielle Darrah highlights those simple pleasures of ordinary life that we’ve only come to notice in lockdown It has come to just over a month that our nation has been in isolation, lockdown and social distancing measures becoming tighter and stricter by the week as the NHS and care services do everything in their power […]
Alice Tait shares her favourite home workout accounts to kick start your isolation fitness
Meriel Clode delves into the dilemmas of dressing when working from home Many of us are now loathe to read one more article, news piece or story on coronavirus. It has permeated every aspect of our lives with an unprecedented prevalence, so I am going to focus on clothes instead. With government guidelines dictating that […]
Lianna Tosetti contemplates her changes in personality coming to university Picture it. Arriving at University for the first time. Waving goodbye to your old life as it drives off with your parents, leaving you and a completely fresh slate behind. For some of us, this is an exciting time to reinvent yourself. You can tell […]
Kevin Yu examines how we can aid the homelessness problem in Exeter amidst Covid-19 The rapid manifestation of coronavirus/COVID-19 has shaken the whole planet, including Exeter, with WHO recently confirming its pandemic status. As a result, much of society is preparing to be housebound, from (in-advisably) stock-piling loo roll, to integrating Skype chats for work. […]
Lianna Tosetti examines the damaging stereotypes directed towards certain mental illnesses What are your first thoughts when someone mentions mental health? Does it make you cringe with discomfort? Or is it something you can relate to and openly talk about? Either way, awareness of mental health has been on the rise in modern society, with […]