Like in the days of SARS, today’s coronavirus is barely acknowledged by Beijing authorities and state-controlled media, leading to a flourishing sense of betrayal among the Chinese people, although the fast response on the side of healthcare has been exceptional.
Kamila Bell, Print Comment Editor reviews Spotlight’s ‘Shine like the Sun’.
Siddharth Pillai reviews Tame Impala’s latest single
Bryony Gooch details the growth of hip-hop in America.
Francisco Goya; a Spanish Romantic painter and printmaker, portraitist to the Spanish nobility. Later, after a period of personal suffering, he is the painter of the dark collection: the ‘Black Paintings’, which has stemmed controversial opinion. While some find his surreal ‘Black Paintings’ subjects intriguing and revelatory, others deem them too grotesque to be placed […]
As British athletes decorate the back pages on a daily basis and sometimes even the front, in the case of Wayne Rooney and his exploits in recent years, surely a responsibility exists for the modern day sportsman to fulfil the “role model” status. In regards to gamesmanship, the phenomenon of diving in the Premier […]
Honestly, the main reason I’m at Exeter isn’t because my career plans relate directly to my degree; I’ve no burning desire to become the next Plato, or enter into politics. If I didn’t participate in societies and intern, I’m pretty sure there’s no way I’d get a job after university – and to be honest, […]
Online Editors Natalie Keffler and Harry Bunting report on the first Sabb Election of the week, for the role of VP Postgraduate The first debate of the week took place on Monday 25th February at 7pm, with Sunday Blake running unopposed for the position of VP Postgraduate after Tom Allars dropped out of the running, […]
If you haven’t heard, Smear For Smear was a campaign at the end of January this year, aiming to encourage women to go to their smear tests in light of the shocking statistic from charity ‘Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust’ that at least 1/4 of women miss their smear test and at a 21 year low […]
Two writers, James Garbett and Rowan Keith, were invited to brunch last Sunday at Ebdons Refreshments. Here’s what they made of it! Rowan: When Ebdons Refreshments opened on Sidwell Street last October, I couldn’t wait to try it out. Owned by Exeter-born Nigel and Poppy, the cafe has a beautiful traditional and vintage aesthetic […]