Online Features Editor – Bryan Knight
Enthusiastically, Bryan has taken on the role of Online Features Editor. The Kenyan-born history student has a particular interest in both black-British and post-colonial history. Bryan has a love for TV and watches a plethora of shows ranging from Question Time to the Atlanta Housewives… merely for “research purposes”. He credits both Sarah Jane Smith and Oprah Winfrey for sparking his interest in broadcast journalism and aims to pursue it as a career after University. Living in a time when the media is frequently attacked, and the truth often manipulated, Bryan understands the importance of his role and is committed to maintaining a high quality of reporting whilst never shying away from uncomfortable realities.
Print Features Editor – Jaysim Hanspal
Jaysim Hanspal could not be reached for comment or a description for her editor’s biography, as she is currently in India on yet another holiday after living on an island in the Indian Ocean for a year. It is still unclear as to whether she fully understands just how annoying her Instagram and in fact her life for the past year has been for her friends trapped in tiny villages in Northern France. Born in Essex but growing up in Chelsea, Jaysim does know a thing or two about reality television, in the sense that she is extremely dramatic about nothing and laughs at her own jokes.
Print Features Editor – Will Harrop
After exploiting a gaping loophole in the Exeposé election system, Will was elected as print features editor 2019/2020 after he legally changed his name to RON for the day. Hailing from Hitchin, Hertfordshire (otherwise known as the Holy Land for the Middle Class) Will was particularly attracted to Exeter due to its gargantuan John Lewis, which he maintains is the city’s real cathedral. Fun fact: Will is an exclusive member of the small fraction of the Exeposé committee that doesn’t study English. Instead, he studies History, which he has been on record describing as ‘pretty interesting’ but also ‘quite hard’. Will looks forward to getting the Features section to continue its previous stellar work of insightfully discussing a dazzling range of global issues, particularly the ever-relevant issue of decolonisation.