Students organise against landlords; rent strike possible In response to emails sent from estate agents regarding rent during the COVID-19 lockdown, students are organising to demand fair treatment. The movement follows the success of 130 Bristol students whose refusal to pay rent has succeeded in Digs Residential Lettings offering zero rent for vacant properties, or […]
Freshers from Block A, Pennsylvania Court went on protest after being told they must relocate to make way for quarantined students returning from Italy, before the University backtracked on the decision. An email was sent to the 27 residents on Tuesday 10 March informing them that they needed to meet with the Residences Management team, […]
Be The Change has recently launched two petitions asking the University to take action for environmental improvements, including banning beef across campus. The society aims to apply sustainable solutions to the climate crisis on campus. Among projects such as recycling and a bi-monthly veg box, students launched petitions targeted at banning environmentally damaging products on […]
Incoming Deputy Editor Pete Syme takes us through the motives of football’s wealthy club owners, and the effect their investment has on the sport. One of the biggest developments in sport has been the increase of capital flowing into professional leagues; most evidently in football. When Newcastle United broke the world transfer record to sign […]
An ensemble of Screen writers pitch in with their favourite films of the 2010s.
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 […]