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Exeter on Ecosia: Internet Goes Green

Whether it’s pouring over online sales or scrolling through Instagram, accessing digital articles or google mapping the next pub visit, the average student conducts...

The reality of the ‘Art Attack’

There are a few possible scenarios which may understandably make you feel rather sick. The sight of blood, officially called haemophobia, may cause a...

Comedy Post-Wodehouse

If you were to read the opening paragraph of my personal statement – something which I would not recommend – you would come across...

The Winter Wind

As we talk apples drop from the trees outside, Worms feast on the fallen glories. As we talk grey clouds fist up in the sky, Birds return...

‘I’m Swearing Less’

My mother told me to give up swearing Cause it’s a vulgar vicious vice So, my new year’s resolution is to use words that are nice I...

Expensive Tastes

I am the first to admit that I have expensive taste. This position is rarely in congruence with my bank account – like most...

Review: EUTCo’s ‘Lord of The Flies’ @ The Northcott

“There is a beast. Because I saw it”. I saw the beast of a show that is EUTCO’s latest Northcott offering, a contemporary retelling of...

Review: Summer and Smoke @ Exeter Phoenix

Dicebox are back, and they’re bringing Tennessee Williams to the Exeter Phoenix. Following her directorial debut with the company, in their first production, Plucked...

Review: ‘Polyester’ @ Exeter Phoenix

Watching Emily Souter Johnson perform is like observing a ball of energy as it fluctuates between maximum vitality and catapults to a drop. She...

Review: ‘Asockalypse Now’ @ M and D Room

I’ll admit, having not seen a university comedy performance before, I entered the M&D room with trepidation. Thankfully, after the first handful of sketches,...