Shagnick Bhattacharya discusses the historic discrimination towards the Irish Traveller Community and the Irish government’s recent move to implement Irish Traveller culture into the national curriculum.
Dutch PM, Mark Rutte, apologises for the Netherland’s part in the slave trade
Elizabeth Barber discusses the recent apology from Dutch PM, Mark Rutte, regarding the Netherland’s role in the slave trade.
In conversation with: Aston Martin’s Matt Bishop
Harry Craig, Print Music Editor, speaks to Matt Bishop about his journey as an LGBTQ+ figure in the F1 paddock.
Turkish-Syrian Earthquake: National and International Politics
Callum Martin considers the legacy of 1999 for the February Turkish-Syrian earthquake and the complicated national and international politics on both sides of the border for disaster relief and reconstruction.
In conversation with: Bookmark Reading Charity
Clémence Smith and Ana Anajuba, Editors-in-Chief, spoke to Bookmark Reading Charity, who help improve children’s literacy rates and are actively looking for new volunteers.
University establishes tutoring scheme for disadvantaged school students
The University of Exeter is running a new pilot programme to train university students to tutor disadvantaged pupils who have fallen behind due to COVID.
Palestinian groups “horrified” by new Guild Israeli and Zionist society
A new Guild-affiliated Israeli and Zionist Society has received a negative response from local Exeter Palestinian groups.
NHS recruiting doctors from WHO “red list” countries
Eleanor Burkey explores how the NHS is recruiting doctors from the WHO’s “red list” of developing countries.
Album review: Loyle Carner – Hugo
Jake Avery gives his verdict on Loyle Carner’s latest album.
Sasha Huber’s “You Name It”: exploring the history of classification and race
Dexter Woolley discusses the background to artist Sasha Huber’s latest exhibition and her pursuit to change the name of the Swiss mountain, Agassizhorn, named after infamous scientist Louis Agassiz.