Neha Shaji discusses the University of Exeter’s covert imperial history.
Dr Joseph Lee, a senior lecturer in the Law School, has confirmed that he was the owner of the anti-racist poster that was vandalised in December last year. Dr Lee, who is BAME, identifies as an immigrant Asian academic. He discovered the vandalism upon returning to work on 5 December after the 2019 strike action […]
Deputy Editor Neha Shaji addresses the taboo surrounding BAME Mental Health People like me don’t sit down, don’t stop with the coffee and cigarettes, our hands don’t stop drumming a frantic, feverish tune on every table. You’re smart: you know it’s a cultural thing. Them, there, far over there in Asia, these cultures don’t admit […]
Exeposé speaks to Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice Chancellor Education, about racist vandalism and whether his recent comments disrespected Exeter’s transgender community. When speaking to Professor Tim Quine, the University of Exeter’s Deputy Vice Chancellor for Education and perhaps one of the most powerful figures in the institution, you appreciate his unfiltered honesty. Our interview […]
Exeposé writers reveal our ten favourite films of the past decade.
An ensemble of Screen writers continue to list their favourite films of the past decade.
Racist vandalism was reported at the Law School in December, prompting students to criticise the University of Exeter’s “clueless” response to racism on campus. Guild Officers have stated they were “disappointed” at being “not informed.”
Ben Bradshaw, Labour candidate for Exeter, today joined striking university staff on the Streatham picket line. Speaking to Exeposé, Bradshaw confirmed his support for the “local members of the UCU union and the students who are supporting them in their strike. “I’m a trade unionist myself, and I wanted to show solidarity with people who […]
University staff are angry that their “brutalising working conditions” have seen “no improvement” in the last two decades. The Universities and Colleges Union (UCU) have chosen to strike on several issues, including the increase in casualised and precarious teaching contracts. Day two of the eight-day industrial action period saw university staff braving the rain across […]
The Students’ Guild have voted to support the UCU cause as a result of an online poll they held. 78% of students have voted to support the cause, with 2,427 students voting. The Guild ran the poll from 11 Nov to 20 Nov, with the multiple choice question “What stance do you have regarding the […]