The branch of Pret a Manger currently in forum is to close and be moved to the foyer of Holland Hall. The move comes after a group of Holland students petitioned the university, saying that the majority of their customers already lived in Holland anyway, and that they were getting tired of having to walk […]
In Conversation With: Cosmo Sheldrake
Cosmo Sheldrake is a British multi-instrumentalist, composer and music producer. I sat down with him to discuss his life in lockdown, improvisation, his propensity for nonsense, and his fascination with birdsong. His latest album is Wake Up Calls, an album of songs made from the calls of endangered British birds. Richard: Hi Cosmo, thanks very […]
Weaving Your Way Through Lockdown
Deputy Editor, Richard Ainslie discusses his creative lockdown. Basket weaving is his latest pursuit.
Tales From Lockdown
Richard Ainslie describes his own experience with lockdown and the unique problems it has presented his family
Going Underground: Flatlands
Deputy Print Editor Richard Ainsley recommends a listen to student band Flatlands.
Students concerned about upcoming year abroad placements
Year abroad students have spoken to Online Editor, Maddie Baker, and Deputy Editor, Richard Ainslie, about how COVID-19 has changed their plans abroad.
Album Review: Mac Miller – Circles
Print Music Editor Richard Ainslie reviews Mac Miller’s posthumous album following its release
Top Ten Albums of the Decade
Exeposé Music Writers discuss their top ten albums of the decade
Live Review: Loyle Carner @ Exeter Great Hall
Print Music Editor reviews Loyle Carner at Exeter Great Hall
An Interview with Mark Kermode
Richard Ainslie interviews Mark Kermode on his music with The Dodge Brothers