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The dark side of Rio’s artificial paradise

The summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro ended with 65 groundbreaking Olympic records and 19 world records from some of the world’s most elite...

Lecturer’s climate change game hits the App Store

A game has been developed in collaboration with scientists at the University of Exeter to raise awareness about the impacts of climate change on the...

Racist backlash hits Exeter following EU referendum

There have been several complaints from University of Exeter students and staff members regarding racially motivated verbal abuse, following the EU referendum vote favouring Brexit. When...

#TheUKDecides: A non-UK perspective on the referendum

The effectiveness of the European Union (EU) has been a politically-controversial topic ever since the formation of the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1958....

Race to First Place

Following the recent successes of the women’s boat club at the BUCS Victor Ludorum, I had a chat with the club to talk about...

Eradicating the Gender pay gap for university professors

A one-off salary hike will be given to female professors at the University of Essex, in order to level out the average gender pay...

RAG reveals chosen charities

Exeter Raise and Give (RAG) has announced its chosen local and national charities for the upcoming academic year. Balloons Devon was elected as RAG’s...

Female scientists take to the streets of Exeter

Female academics from the University of Exeter are taking to the streets as part of national initiative ‘Soapbox Science’, in order to promote the...

St. Luke’s missing out on library funds

The distribution of library funding between the two Exeter campuses is substantially unequal, according to a recent Freedom of Information request. The investigation looked...

Social infringement or medical necessity?

The effectiveness and necessity of vaccines has been a long-standing societal controversy, challenging scientific institutions and practices for centuries. A significant wave of opposition...
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