Freshers from Block A, Pennsylvania Court went on protest after being told they must relocate to make way for quarantined students returning from Italy, before the University backtracked on the decision. An email was sent to the 27 residents on Tuesday 10 March informing them that they needed to meet with the Residences Management team, […]
Dr Joseph Lee, a senior lecturer in the Law School, has confirmed that he was the owner of the anti-racist poster that was vandalised in December last year. Dr Lee, who is BAME, identifies as an immigrant Asian academic. He discovered the vandalism upon returning to work on 5 December after the 2019 strike action […]
Foreign Correspondent Editor, Maddie Baker, explores why the oldest dormitory on Kyoto University campus is protesting to protect its very existence.
A racially-motivated attack has left a 35 year old taxi driver needing stitches. On Sunday 16 February, an Asian taxi driver picked up four people—two men and two women—outside John Lewis. According to a Devon and Cornwall police spokesperson, once they were all in the taxi one of the male passengers started probing the driver […]
Incumbent VP Postgraduate Sunday Blake was announced as Guild President last night, winning the position over Jack Watts, Javier Monroy-Yepez, Oliver Bradbear and Yanyao Deng. In her speech, Blake dedicated her victory to “anyone in the student population struggling with homelessness, addiction, domestic violence… You can become Guild President. Because I did.” Students’ Guild elections […]
Print Music Editor Bryony Gooch interviews Pattern Pusher ahead of their tour ‘Pattern Pusher Presents’
Exeposé speaks to Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice Chancellor Education, about racist vandalism and whether his recent comments disrespected Exeter’s transgender community. When speaking to Professor Tim Quine, the University of Exeter’s Deputy Vice Chancellor for Education and perhaps one of the most powerful figures in the institution, you appreciate his unfiltered honesty. Our interview […]
The University’s Evangelical Christian Union (ECU) has been criticised for several homophobic acts on campus. A visiting speaker’s comments on LGBTQ+ celibacy, as well as allegations of ECU members engaging in “dismissive” conversations with LGBTQ+ staff and students on a Forum stall, have provoked concern. On Thursday 6 February, Christian speaker Dr Andrew Sach delivered […]
Print Features Editor Jaysim Hanspal reviews the Poltimore launch party at Exeter Cavern
Exeposé writers reveal our ten favourite films of the past decade.