An inquest into the death of Exeter student Harry Armstrong Evans, which concluded on 31 October, condemned the University for failing to respond to his “cry for help,” and for failing in its “safeguarding obligations.”
The University and College Union (UCU) has confirmed that it intends to take three days of strike action at the end of November, alongside a marking and assessment boycott in the new year.
Editor Megan Ballantyne explores the use of new workplace technologies such as Bossware to monitor employee productivity in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students have had mixed reactions to changes to outlets on campus according to an Exeposé survey. This comes in the wake of Costa closing on 22nd April, following the expiry of the outlet’s ten-year lease and the outlet’s choice not to renew it.
The first of the Guild Election debates took place on Wednesday 9 March with the five candidates running for VP Opportunities. The debate, hosted by XpressionFM, saw Izzie Dyer, Mehreen Nasir, Kaif Ur Rahman, Johna Aswan Selva, and Lowenna Wagstaff speak on a variety of issues such as accessibility on campus, student welfare, and how […]
On Wednesday 2 March, around 100 demonstrators met in Bedford Square, Exeter, to stand in solidarity with Ukrainian refugees and citizens. The ‘Stand With Ukraine Exeter’ demonstration was held to raise awareness for President Putin’s brutal campaign against Ukraine which began last Thursday.
MP Jacob Rees-Mogg was applauded for stating at an Exeter University Conservative Association and Guild approved event on Friday 22 October that he was “proud,” of Britain’s colonial past. This came alongside Rees-Mogg’s decision to not to comment on an audience member’s use of ‘LGBT’ as an insult.
Image: Pixabay A campaign of student nightclub boycotts in response to a wave of spikings across the country has reached Exeter, with an Exeter ‘Girls’ Night In’ declared on Monday 25th. This is alongside a national nightclub boycott on Thursday 28th October. The Exeter boycott is being organised on the @officialgirlsnightinexeter Instagram page, which at […]
Following many high profile incidents of sexual assault and harassment in and around Exeter last year, the University of Exeter is introducing a series of new measures to tackle the issue this academic year. From September 2021 a consent training module is being added to the curriculum for all students. Bystander training will also be […]
Students and university staff from Exeter for Palestine call for the University to be held accountable for their role in Israeli state violence.