As university budgets are stretched to their limits, there are now fears that apparent plans to limit the number of international students in future years could bring universities to the brink of bankruptcy.
The University of Exeter has officially been ranked 48th in the world in the new QS Sustainability Ranking 2023, which recognises universities across the globe that are taking action to tackle the world’s greatest Environmental, Social and Governance challenges.
A University of Exeter researcher is behind the viral Artic Risk Name Generator, which was launched to spread awareness of Artic warming in the hope of inciting climate action.
Lauren Katie discusses whether the various trends and influences of modern media are wrongly becoming apparent within our justice systems.
Taliban reverses decision to allow Afghan teenage girls back to school The Taliban have revoked their promise to reopen secondary schools for girls in Afghanistan. Millions of Afghan girls have been without access to education since the Taliban seized control of the country in August last year. Hope that girls could start attending school again […]
Exeter severs link with Russian twin town Exeter City Council has voted to suspend the civic relationship with its Russian twin city, Yaroslavl. Councillors met on 10 March to discuss Exeter’s link to the Russian municipality and voted unanimously to revoke the formal relationship. The motion was put forward by the City Council’s leader, Phil […]
Exeter comes together for vigil in solidarity with Ukraine A vigil in solidarity with the people of Ukraine was held in Bedford Square, Exeter at 11am on Sunday 27 February. Organised by the leader of the Exeter City Council, Phil Bialyk, it saw the square filled with members of the local community holding flags, signs, […]
Stand DOWN: Police Close Hong Kong News Outlet After Raid Austin Taylor covers the recent violence in Hong Kong where local news outlet, Stand News, has been closed and editors arrested after police conducted a raid. What does mean for Hong Kong in the coming years and what should we be keeping an eye on? […]
COP26 is the 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change and was held from 31st October to 12th November 2021 in Glasgow.
Only two Exeter properties being offered in resettling of 20,000 refugees Following the Taliban’s rapid advancements in Afghanistan this August, the UK government announced that a resettlement scheme would be enforced over the next five years in order to home 20,000 Afghan refugees. However, due to limited funding and high rents, only two houses in […]