Refuting the myth that alcohol is necessary for fun as a student, Vixi Mann discusses how to throw yourself in to university life without it.
A Fresher’s Guide to Packing for University Print Music Editor Bridie Adams gives us the down low on all the university essentials for every fresher If you are a returning Exeter student, you’ll already know the basics of what you need and don’t need at university. If you’re going to be a fresher in September, […]
Elinor Jones discusses how the creation of male-only groups in Sweden called Killmags may help tackle gender inequality.
Review: The Unexpected Joy of the Ordinary by Catherine Gray Danni Darrah reviews one of her most loved novels It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the self-help genre. I’ve read how to not give a f*** with Manson, understood the ways of a calm life with Fearne Cotton and even tried finding the […]
Print Screen Editor Olivia Garrett outlines why Orwell’s 1984 is much more than a personal statement staple, with an unwavering relevance for every generation.
Print Features Editor Bethany Collins shines a light on the power influencers have over our spending habits and how the coronavirus lockdown has made us question the role they play in our lives.
Isabelle Gray outlines and explores Harvey Weinstein’s timeline of abuse Trigger Warning: Sexual abuse As reported in the Guardian, the once legendary figure in the film industry, Harvey Weinstein, was convicted to 23 years in prison over charges of rape and sexual abuse. The cases and his conviction created a conversation that demanded an end […]
Aakz Karri relates the joys of unearthing childhood memories On the 16th of March, the first measures which led to lockdown had been announced and as a consequence I returned home to The Hague in the Netherlands. It has been an interesting experience, especially since it has slowed and allowed for unlimited time with family […]
Bridie Adams celebrates the United Kingdom’s long-overdue decision to no longer tax period products After countless campaigns and complaints, the UK is finally planning to abolish tampon tax. Following in the footsteps of many other countries around the world, this removal of the tax will undoubtedly have a positive impact on a huge scale, with period […]
Isabelle Gray interrogates the wildlife industry’s ongoing abuse of elephants, and poses what we can do to help After a long-haul flight, and a two-hour car journey, I had reunited with my friend who had moved to Sri Lanka. Myszka, who had gone to Sri Lanka to volunteer on an elephant project for a week, […]