On 20 September The Times and Sunday Times released their Good University Guide (STGUG) for 2020. The guide details an overall ranking, amongst other statistics such as social inclusion. Exeter ranked highly overall, achieving the 12th position. Exeter was also identified as 2nd in the South West. Despite these notable successes, when it came to […]
Print Comment Editor Kamila Bell gives us her tried-and-tested tips on tackling the fabled Freshers’ Flu I was five weeks into my first year of uni, five weeks of almost consecutive nights out followed by mornings of regret, when I awake one day to discover that my Deliveroo order is not subsiding my banging headache […]
Online Screen Editor Jacob Heayes interviews writer/director Sam Barlow on his new project Telling Lies and the interactive fiction form.
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, talks to Jessica Bains-Lovering about balancing student life with striking for Fridays for Future Exeter Meet Exeter University’s Jessica Bains-Lovering: Human Geography student by day, climate striker by night. As Fresher’s Week rolls around, she isn’t worrying about which sport club to join or where the biggest club night will […]
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ariane Joudrey, explores Chinese search engine, Sogou’s, use of AI in creating audiobooks.
Exeter UCU are asking university senior management for a full of review of working practices. Exeter’s branch of the University and College Union launched a campaign on Friday (13 September) to combat insecure staff contracts, with national UCU General Secretary Jo Grady in attendance. Branch Vice-President and anti-casualisation lead Rhian Keyse outlined the union’s demands, […]
Print Editor Aaron Loose reviews Clairo’s debut album
Foreign Correspondent in Japan, Will Goddard, explores the Japanese Criminal Justice system. He poses that the close relationship between convenience and justice could have damaging consequences.
Online Features Editor Bryan Knight Interviews Ruby Granger to discuss her meteoric rise as a Study Tuber.
David Conway interviews Bill Douglas Museum volunteer Holly Johnson on compiling the current Townly Cooke exhibition.