Online Features Editor Rebecca Wells speaks to Professor Louise Lawrence about the department’s, and her own, efforts to comprehend what “decolonisation” means within Theology and Religion.
As the first installment in a new mini- series on “decolonising” the curriculum, Online Features Editor speaks to Nandini Chatterjee of the History department to find out what they have been doing to change the curriculum.
Protests under the banner of the Black Lives Matter movement erupted across Brazil last month after the death of Joao Alberto Silveira Freitas. Online Features Editor Becca Wells reports on the incident and the political reaction.
Online features editor Becca Wells discusses the situation in Nigeria and the #endSARS movement.
Denmark added to the UK’s quarantine list after outbreak of mutated coronavirus strand Denmark has been added back onto the UK’s quarantine list following an outbreak of a mutated Coronavirus strand in the north of Jutland. The mutated virus spread through Mink Farms. They have now developed a resistance to the vaccine, and this is […]
‘Gren-fail’ – where is the justice? Online Features Editor Rebecca Wells re-examines the Grenfell Fire and the on-going campaign for justice. Last week, an unnamed suspect was arrested in Sussex in connection with the Grenfell Fire disaster, and released on the same day. A fire which took the lives of 72 inhabitants began on the […]
Exeter City Council encourages residents to celebrate Black History Month Exeter City Council are calling for residents to celebrate Black History Month by raising awareness of Exeter’s black history within the local community. Black History Month is celebrated annually each October, and this year it has additional resonance within the city following the Black Lives […]
Online Features Editor Rebecca Wells discusses possible causes and ramifications of recent statistics surrounding mental health in Britain.