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Exam fears: a first-year perspective

I may have decided to write this article in the midst of an exam related breakdown, which perhaps gives a good idea of how...

Dungeons, Dragons and Dissertations

When I mentioned my flat’s plan to start playing Dungeons & Dragons, my dad made a face. “Isn’t that game for nerds?” And I...

#ReclaimTheBindi

(originally published in Print May 2018) I want to first acknowledge that I know that this is a contentious debate. Normally, I can’t even say...

Feeling hot, hot, hot!

There are two possibilities of how my day will go when the sun rises every morning. In this hot weather, it will either be...

Should freshers revise in the library? (against)

We all know campus gets busy, particularly during exams. Well, those of us who’ve been through exams at least once know. First years don’t. Perhaps...

Should freshers revise in the library? (for)

As we roll into the exam season, the inevitable debate arises over whether first years really need access to the library as other, older...

Resistance: more than celebration

RACISM is never an “isolated incident.” Instead, it’s more of a societal plague, fluttering around academia, institutions, politics, and the privatised workspace. It’s got...

The lasting legacy of the Bike Shed Theatre

On the 31st March, the Bike Shed Theatre opened its doors to the public for the last time. What started as an ambitious theatrical...

What’s representation without support?

Considering that fact that most Indian national students spent about three months getting all our documents ready for a visa and poring over procedure,...

There’s no pride in prejudice

Iremember my first few weeks living in Exeter. The observations made by so many, including non-PoC (people of colour), that this city is very...