Maggie John relays her overwhelming relief at the outcome of the US Presidential Election I held off writing this article until the result of the election was confirmed. Of course, this took a lot longer than I think anyone anticipated but now it is certain that Biden and Harris are President and Vice-President Elect, I […]
Michael Galley answers some of those all important questions surrounding the resurgence of the mullet Ah, the mullet… Once the confine of rock stars, lesbians and American ice hockey players, this unorthodox hairstyle is now as ubiquitous in Exeter as a Ralphy quarter zip, Pret subscription or the name Poppy. Just as no self-respecting Holland […]
Livia Cockerwell explores the growth of TikTok and Instagram for small businesses navigating the challenges of staying afloat during a pandemic.
Jess Steward reviews week 3 of the GBBO – Bread Week, or as she calls it ‘Dread Week!’ Week 3 of Bake Off was Bread Week, and with the better bakers beginning to show themselves, those who originally seemed as though they may win started to show cracks. The bakers had to attempt Soda Bread, […]
Rebecca Colyer debates the ever changing ways in which students must socialise due to the impact of COVID-19 The chaotic, sleepless and hungover ‘traditional’ Freshers week has been fully reimagined, as the concept of Fresher’s flu was taken to the extreme. However, after spending months at home, the anticipation, excitement and nerves of moving away […]
Hattie Wheller looks back on week two of the GBBO featuring * spoilers * The Bake Off started back up on our screens last week and its safe to say we weren’t disappointed. Matt Lucas opened the show as Bojo stating, “Stay alert, Bake cake, Save loaves”. We even saw Sura accidentally swat away Dave’s […]
Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph discusses how the actor’s exploitation of fame has ultimately harmed sex workers during an already challenging time.
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.