Aaron Loose examines the immediate and longer term impacts of COVID-19 on graduate employment prospects.
Our Lifestyle Team give us an insight into their lives in lockdown
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams interviews Ruby Jones of the duo jones in the next part of her series of conversations with undiscovered musicians on social media.
The information was unclear and no so are the consequences: with schools set to reopen on the 1st of June, will teachers be there? Do they have the right to abstain, as do the parents in choosing to continue allowing their children to learn from home? But more importantly – what is the safest option?
A Life Without Amateur Sport With Amateur Sport off the table for the forseeable future, Rob Hunt, James Bagby and Nick Powell look at what has been missing in a life without Amateur Sport You aren’t as fit as you think you are, Rob Hunt One thing has to be made clear: football isn’t a […]
University of Exeter yet to confirm plans for teaching next year A spokesperson for the University has said that lectures in September will be “delivered online or developed into guided online resources supported by face-to-face teaching” in a statement issued in response the COVID-19 pandemic. The statement did not specify how long online teaching methods […]
Chris Manktelow discusses how areas of extreme heat and humidity are already reaching the limits of human tolerance
Print Music Editor, Bridie Adams reviews her favourite book of the decade
Emily Pirie explores how Hockney’s paintings of spring represent the resilience and strength that can be found through art
Online Editor, Maddie Baker investigates the rise of virtual theatre- starting with Exeter Phoenix