Shireen Zulparquear discusses why we lie and how the amount we lie changes with age?
Shireen Zulparquear explores beloved travel company Thomas Cook’s soaring success and analyses what could have caused such a dramatic downward spiral.
Student entrepreneurs at the University of Exeter have cause to celebrate, as a university scheme to crowdfund financial support for student start-ups has reached its first target of £12,000 within a week of being launched. The Graduate Entrepreneur Maintenance (GEM) Fund is being raised by Think: Try: Do, the University’s programme to aid students in […]
Several months after snagging the number one position in the 2017 Better World MBA rankings, the University of Exeter has topped a sustainability leader board: coming first in the Campusboard Sustainability Through Reuse national table. Campusboard, founded by University of Exeter students in 2014, is an online platform originally created for students to resell used […]
You’ve heard of grizzly bears, black bears, and polar bears, but prepare to meet the fiercest bear of them all…and he happens to be smaller than a grain of rice! The water bear, alongside the moss piglet, is a species of tardigrade, a group of microscopic organisms no larger than a single millimetre in length. […]
Never has ‘bleed green’ been a more appropriate phrase at the University of Exeter, as the university’s Business School has successfully captured the number one spot in the 2017 Better World MBA rankings for sustainability. business schools are key players when it comes to introducing sustainable practices to future corporate and government directors The rankings, […]
International media has been captivated by the referendum for Catalonia’s independence from Spain, which finally took place on October 1 after weeks of heated national debate. Despite resistance from military police and insistence from the Spanish government that said referendum was illegal, 90% of the almost 2.3 Catalonians who voted on Sunday have elected political […]