New Online Editor, Ria Kalsi, introduces the new section of Exeposé – Amplify.
The decision to reopen primary and secondary schools in England for certain age groups has been met with backlash as polls by the Daily Mail and the Sunday Telegraph show 60 percent of parents do not want to send their children back to school. Similarly, Patrick Roach, General Secretary of teaching union NASUWT, feels the […]
The University of Exeter Medical School has fast-tracked graduation for 32 final year medical imaging students to support the NHS in the fight against COVID-19.
Anna Romanovska takes us through the good, the bad and the ugly of the University Mental Health resources
Having just completed my first term, it’s already scarily clear what it entails to be an Exeter student. It seems that the lifestyle adopted in the first few weeks actually remains until the day of graduation. From the (not so) fresh faced freshers to the breaking down third years, the Exeter experience can only truly […]
New Year, New Us? Maybe. As usual, it seems like “getting fit” is once again on everyone’s list of New Year’s Resolutions. It might last a few days, a few weeks or miraculously the whole year and beyond. Whilst we should bear in mind that these resolutions aren’t the be all and end all marker […]
The University of Exeter: probably the best university campus in the world. Well, probably not, but it’s still pretty good. Studying abroad, especially where the ground is covered in snow eight months of the year, has made me appreciate Exeter’s very green campus. We all know about our outstanding tree to student ratio, see our […]
The Bike Shed Theatre If you’re craving a slightly more alternative night out than a Wednesday TP, ‘The Bike Shed Theatre’ is a must visit. Situated at the end of an alley on Fore Street, it really is a hidden gem. The cocktail bar is beautifully decorated, with vintage chairs, trinkets and atmospheric lighting. As […]
The sun is shining, the skies are blue and ‘tis the season… to completely lose our heads over exams and deadlines. That’s right, the start of term is upon us and with it comes the creeping dread that we haven’t quite done enough. And all we really want to do is go to Exmouth. Sigh. […]
Forewarning: none of this is groundbreaking; most of this you will have heard before, but in these “times of trouble”, let me be your “Mother Mary”, and speak some “words of wisdom”. 1. Start revising early: Both within the time leading up to exams and, more specifically, within each day you have to revise. This […]