An Exeter student admitted to the University that they were responsible for “at least one” of the neo-Nazi ExeHonestly posts made in November 2019, Exeposé can reveal.
Anti-mask QAnon protest in Exeter attended by 150 A rally against COVID-19 restrictions and child grooming led by QAnon believers took place at Cathedral Green on Saturday afternoon. Anti-mask signs were prevalent, with a small marquee reading “masks are muzzles” and “restore freedom.” One man also held a placard which claimed they were “government lies” […]
Reports suggest that the University of Exeter “was forced” by the Government to stop using its own COVID-19 testing system, and instead use the national system.
Exeposé speaks to Professor Lisa Roberts, Vice Chancellor, about racism, the DebSoc incident and blended learning Starting a new role in charge of a university can never be easy, and that’s only been made harder for Professor Lisa Roberts with the pandemic causing a myriad of logistical problems. Beyond this, there has also been the […]
“Anti-LGBT” DebSoc speaker re-invited by Guild Management From her initial invitation, through to being uninvited and finally re-invited by a Students’ Guild director, Caroline Farrow’s platform at the Debating Society’s ‘This House Believes Sex Work is Real Work’ event on Friday 18 September was the centre of controversy. The Free Speech Union, led by Toby […]
The University has introduced one-way systems, sanitising stations, signage and a marquee as part of the plans to keep campus COVID-secure.
The University of Exeter will stop recruiting students for the English course at the Penryn Campus from 2021, in view of its closure.
Residents in University accommodation were initially told they must seek permission for overnight guests with 72-hours-notice as a result of COVID-19 restrictions, but this is now set to be removed, Exeposé can reveal.
University enacts plan to deal with COVID-related financial losses The University of Exeter has implemented two out of three phases in their plan to deal with financial losses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Exeposé has learned. Registrar Mike Shore-Nye revealed in a Project Restart meeting that the University has lost a total of […]
Student-workers have spoken out after the University failed to furlough much of its casual staff.