George Edwards discusses the study that found the Amazon rainforest now emitting rather than absorbing CO2, and the implications that this will have on climate change in the future.
Erica Mannis discusses the lengths that both staff and students went to ensure that the Marine Biology Coral Reef Field Course could go ahead despite the ongoing pandemic.
Exeter’s Half Marathon will be virtual in 2021 Holly Van Ryssen discusses Exeter City Community Trust’s decision to run Exeter’s Half Marathon virtually this year. A firm favorite in runners’ calendars, this year the Exeter Half Marathon will be going virtual. Due to the ongoing uncertainty around large events, and with England in its third […]
Cyber Flunk Sally Denning runs us through one of the gaming industry’s biggest flops in recent memory, Cyberpunk 2077 I had been looking forward to playing Cyberpunk 2077 when it was announced in 2012 and I was one of the 8 million people that pre ordered it; however, when the game was released, I felt […]
Looking for pleasure over paranoia, Eleanor Butler’s movie to see in the new year is a whole lot of feel good
Lauryn Mitchell discusses the vaccine candidates that have recently emerged
Chloe Pumares writes about the feminist themes of the 2020 remake of Rebecca.
Costanza Sardelli delves into the world of winter beauty and recommends some looks for Exeposé readers to try out With autumn coming to a close and winter opening its doors in the middle of another lockdown, now seems to be the best time to sharpen your makeup skills and expand your repertoire. To all of […]
Max Ingleby shares his favourite tunes to listen to whilst driving.
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.