In a statement given to Exeposé, Exeter University has rejected ExeHonestly’s claims of ignorance relating to recent neo-Nazi posts, suggesting that the explanations are “not credible” after “posting offensive content on multiple occasions.” For the administrators to claim ignorance about posting offensive content on multiple occasions is either not credible or is evidence that they […]
Introducing ‘Love to Hate’, a series which explores the gritty roots of football’s most intense rivalries. Pete Syme, Online News Editor, kicks us off by investigating the Old Firm Derby, where Scottish football’s heavyweights Celtic and Rangers clash. Scottish football may not have the most prodigious history, with their national side never having progressed beyond […]
Online News Editor Peter Syme reports on the recent prorogation saga and explores the Prime Minister’s Brexit options In times of increasing turbulence and uncertainty, the supreme court ruling that the government’s prorogation of parliament was unlawful has proliferated tensions as 31 October comes ever closer. Prime Minister Boris Johnson advised the Queen to suspend […]
Online News Editor, Pete Syme discusses the rising problem of debt and the possibility of reducing student loans in order to combat it.
From Borat and Ron Burgundy to Friedrich Nietzsche and Albert Einstein, the moustache is a distinguishing feature of those men who choose to wear them. Stoptober and Dry January are amongst the plethora of month-long challenges, but Movember stands out from the rest with its charitable intentions. With the risk of looking less like Arthur […]
W henever Banksy paints another wall or holds another exhibition, his work soon finds its way to the foreground of current events. From depicting Queen Victoria as a lesbian to protesting segregation in the West Bank, Banksy never shies away from provocative topics. His latest work Love Is in the Bin was sold at […]