In a statement given to Exeposé, Exeter University has rejected ExeHonestly’s claims of ignorance relating to recent neo-Nazi posts, suggesting that the explanations are “not credible” after “posting offensive content on multiple occasions.” For the administrators to claim ignorance about posting offensive content on multiple occasions is either not credible or is evidence that they […]
For the latest instalment of our Long Game series, James Bagby takes a look at two young footballing talents – just two of many – whose careers are yet to take off. Football has always had the potential for players failing to live up to hype. There are not many sports that scrutinise players from […]
Police are investigating a “serious assault” towards a female victim around St. German’s Road. The area has been cordoned off as a crime scene, and the victim is being supported. Exeposé can confirm the cordon was in place as of 8:40 AM on 13 November. A heavy police presence surrounded the cordon, with at least […]
Online Editor Ellie Cook writes about the spiralling chaos and widespread political protests spreading through Chile.
The Guild Sabbatical Officers have criticised the student body’s response to the closure of ExeHonestly, which they say ignores the “seriousness of racist and hateful actions.” In a shared statement to Exeposé, the Guild Officers condemned the reaction to the page shutting down. “We also believe that the response has also been misdirected; it has […]
CW: racism, classism, sexism, transphobia ExeHonestly, the popular anonymous confessions page, has shut down after the University reported several posts containing Nazi propaganda to the Police. In a lengthy statement published on 6 November, the ExeHonestly admins announced their plans to delete the page, citing their poor mental health and an overwhelming workload as reasons. […]
CW: racism Anonymous Facebook platform ExeHonestly has been criticised after posts relating to neo-Nazi memes were published yesterday, 3 November. One of the posts read: “People’s favourite number? Mine’s 1488”, making reference to the fourteen-word white supremacist slogan “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”. The phrase was […]
Science Editor, Elinor Jones, discusses the hidden long-term effects of playing rugby, and the methods that are being implemented in the modern game to reduce them.
Richard Ainslie interviews Mark Kermode on his music with The Dodge Brothers
Don’t miss National Pathology Week school visits, laboratory tours and stalls on campus at Exeter from 4th to 8th November.