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.
Clarissa Aurielle reports on the shocking reports of public executions in North Korea and examines how the country’s human rights abuses may undermine their foreign policy.
Adam Robertson Charlton analyses the social and political turmoil in Sudan, and explores the failures of Western foreign policy in Africa.
Anna Wilmot explores whether there is a future to the male contraceptive pill.
“W e honestly never dreamed we’d come this far,” Stornoway front man Brian Briggs admits. “Swindon, perhaps… but Exeter? No way.” The whoop this earns almost cancels out the outrage he unleashed earlier, back when he suggested to a tipsy Phoenix crowd that cream teas might have come from Cornwall. Yep: between the regional banter and […]
There is something truly magical about the Quay on a bright, clear evening. After winding your way down through the hustle and bustle of town, there is a certain purity of air and light which glints flirtatiously off of the quiet water, daring you to relinquish the tension and speed which the modern world demands […]
“My name is Canwen, and I play both the piano and the violin. I aspire to someday be a doctor and my favourite subject is calculus. My mom and dad are tiger parents and won’t let me go to sleepovers, but they make up for it by serving my favourite meal every single day – […]
Six long years ago, protests were sparked across the Middle East and North Africa. In Tunisia, Morocco, Libya, Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Yemen, Bahrain, Oman, and even Saudi Arabia, protestors took to the streets to demand change and, in some cases, an entirely new system of government. They were protesting against corruption and crony capitalism, and against […]
So we know there is a large buzz for students running to be in a society committee, but let’s talk about the unsung heroes of our student body, who make a huge difference to your experience here in Exeter – our student academic representatives! Today I’m going to tell you all about why your peers […]