Tamara Moule considers how a recent increase in the popularity of avocados has impacted Mexico in a series of unexpected ways
Exeter students create social enterprise to help local charity
Tamara Moule celebrates Exeter’s new Happy Carrot enterprise
A Second Pandemic? How Antibiotic Resistance Could be as Deadly as COVID-19 to Global Health
Tamara Moule discusses how antibiotic resistance could be as deadly as COVID-19 to global health.
The Future of Fitness
Tamara Moule proposes the potential for a new normal in the health and fitness industry post-lockdown.
No Place Like Home: A Tragedy Behind Closed Doors
No Place Like Home: A Tragedy Behind Closed Doors Tamara Moule takes a look at the current surge of domestic violence occurring globally and the measures taken to combat it The Coronavirus can be a deadly killer, and does not discriminate, taking the lives of front-line doctors and nurses that are facing cases of it […]
Fashion: The Fast and The Furious
Whether you’re a fashion guru always repping the latest trends, someone who rolls out of bed and throws on the first top and pair of jeans they can find, or fall somewhere between these two extremes of the ‘fashion’ spectrum, the pull of the fashion industry affects us all in some way. But how often […]
Life Outside Of Insta
This summer during a visit to Russia to see my Mum’s family, I was invited by two friends to a gorgeous bar on the city’s riverside. We did what three young-adult females are likely to do in such a situation: caught up, chatted over cocktails and took photos- so, so may photos, in search of […]
Review: The Wind in the Willows @ Cygnet Theatre
The classic children’s tale of The Wind in The Willows is brought to life in this engaging and lively performance by The Pocketwatch Theatre Company, with the story taken from start to finish in just over an hour. Including acoustic folk music played on the guitar, flute and violin, as well as songs, jokes and […]
Russian cybercrime and social media: just how bad is it?
Everyone is familiar with news headlines concerning ‘Russian hacking’, which surfaced particularly during the 2016 US elections and Brexit campaign, but how much truth is there behind these claims, and what impacts does this alleged online meddling have on an international scale? Claims of Russian hacking in the US began to surface around September 2015, […]
Hurricane Harvey: One-off event or climate catastrophe?
With the influx of storms such as Ophelia and Brian affecting the British Isles in recent months, we may be reminded of the devastating effects that Hurricane Harvey caused in the US during the month of August. Yet while Brian was reported to have wind speeds of 60-70mph, Hurricane Harvey’s winds reached speeds of a […]