Jess White explores public scepticism surrounding Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.
To raise morale and unite people under this magical time, Niamh gives some tips as to how to make Christmas more ‘normal’, through cooking, baking, decorating and supporting local businesses. This combines cozy December activities such as watching Christmas films under many blankets on the sofa, and normally ‘outdoor activities’, such as mulled wine – minus the queue.
As Exeter’s first TED event had to move online this year, Elise Hamersley discusses the highlights of the various performances and talks given at the digital event.
In Ode to the Christmas Carol Ella Lee discusses the annual Christmas classics Whether you share the opinion that “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” or not, you know its Christmas when you walk into Tesco to do your weekly food shop and find yourself walking with a slight swing in your step, […]
Axelle Rescourio discusses the vital role photojournalism has in our understanding and reception of the climate crisis.
The Unspoken Mental Health Pandemic Affecting Students Ryan Sprules writes about the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on students’ mental health. The mental toll of the student struggle against Coronavirus has yet to receive such its share of attention; This is not meant to be some sort of competition of which one poses the greater […]
American Election Round table: White House Clowns – out now at the ‘Cinemare’ Ross Chatburn takes American politics to the movies and reviews the blockbuster which has proved a hit across the pond. Attempting to find an appropriate adjective to describe the US election is like trying to scrape Tipp-Ex off a Playdough house in […]
Archie Lockyer confesses his hatred of the Christmas classic, Love Actually
How can societies survive an uncertain future of continual restriction? Sophie Pourteous discusses the future of these cherished groups.
Eleanor Down asks students what they think about the man set to move into the White House on January 20th.