A study conducted by the University of Exeter has found people who live in more built-up areas and spend less free-time in nature are also less likely to take actions that benefit the environment. The study, analysing 24,000 survey responses across England, received publication in Environment International and was funded by NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in […]
Saracens’ point deduction is a sanction many had expected for a long time – Nick Powell takes a look at what it all means for Exeter Chiefs.
EURL 38–26 Loughborough Exeter University’s Rugby League first team claimed their most valuable win of the season so far as they battled past in-form Loughborough to close the gap on their big rivals. Heading into the game Exeter sat second bottom, while Loughborough were second from top, but from early on it was clear the […]
Nick Powell analyses the remain alliance and looks to history for another example of an unlikely coalition.
EURL 24–6 Bath Uni RL Exeter’s Rugby League 1st XIII ended their wait for a first win of the season with a dominant second half display over Bath. Exeter, the reigning Premier South League Champions, looked as if they were heading for a third successive defeat as Bath battled to a half-time lead. But despite […]
Another year, another bizarre venue for a major global sporting event. Nick Powell, Print Sport Editor, reflects on the strange World Athletics Championships that were Doha 2019. Imagine your name is Dina Asher-Smith. You have got up early and trained for hours every day, competed in countless events (so many being mundane qualifiers), to make […]
Emily Elmitt, 1st team captain, and Kirsty Coates, 2nd team Co-Captain, from Women’s Lacrosse speak to Nick Powell, Print Sport Editor, about the rise of their club.
Nick Powell argues that although young Tories aren’t oppressed, political criticism should focus on policy rather than impugning the character of your opponents.
Nick Powell, Print Sport Editor, reviews the third week of the Rugby World Cup. A hectic week of World Cup Rugby brought us closer to discovering who the last eight will be, whilst producing more drama as the group stage reached its climax. It wasn’t drama everywhere, with New Zealand winning by 63 then 62 […]
Nick Powell, Online Sport Editor, reviews the first 10 days of the ongoing Rugby World Cup. It’s been a superb and unpredictable start to the Rugby World Cup and after 18 of the 48 games, we find ourselves with more questions than answers. At first, things seemed to be following a similar pattern to previous […]