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Party in the Castle defends lack of gender diversity

The organisers of Party in the Castle, a music festival held at Exeter Castle, have defended their decision to have no female acts perform...

Eco-friendly Exeter housing up for awards

Exeter City Council has recently completed an environmentally friendly housing complex which has been shortlisted for numerous awards, including: the South West Built Environment...

Students’ Guild announces referendum on NUS membership

The Students’ Guild announced last night that a referendum will be held to decide whether they should remain affiliated with the National Union of...

University apologises to lecturer after providing incomplete pensions advice

The University has apologised to a lecturer after failing to provide clear information about staff pensions. Dr Katherine Newstead, who is disabled, started lecturing as...

Guild responds to NUS Exeter delegate’s Israel comments

Exeter Students' Guild has responded after an Exeter delegate to the NUS National Conference in Glasgow congratulated the re-election of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin...

Exeter student unsuspended from NUS election

An Exeter undergraduate, Jack Morewood, whose candidacy in the NUS elections was suspended yesterday following comments that praised the Israeli Prime Minister, has been...

Exeter student suspended from NUS elections after praising reelection of Israeli PM

AN Exeter delegate has been suspended from the NUS elections after complaints were made over his comments praising the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's reelection. The...

Exeter to become a carbon neutral city

Exeter will strive to become carbon neutral by 2030, the City Council announced on Friday, March 15. This commitment follows a motion recognising the...

Students’ Guild launches Go Green Week

On Monday 18 March, the Exeter Students’ Guild launched Go Green Week, a weeklong event aiming to raise the student body’s awareness of sustainability...

Unit 1 under fire for student intimidation

Unit 1 has come under fire after their “intimidating” treatment of a female student on Tuesday evening. The female in question was sent out...