Online Lifestyle Editor – Emily Pirie
When not obsessing over sausage dogs, ice cream and Frida Kahlo, Emily will be found frantically writing a piece for exepose and creating content calls. A little birdie once said that “colour is a human’s best friend” and that is something Emily is obsessed with. From charity shop rainbow socks, to purple wigs, Emily will put it in her basket. She hopes to merge some of this colour into her role as lifestyle editor.
Online Lifestyle Editor – Amy Butterworth
Amy likes to think she embodies that cool, fashionable, somewhat aloof, estranged aunt that periodically visits from her travels, always out of the blue. Alongside an assortment of eccentric gifts she brings stories of summer flings, daytime outings and nightly escapades.
In reality, she’s just a hopeless romantic who likes to read poems and pretend to relate to them – she studies English Literature, what more could you expect? In fact, when asking her friends to describe her in one word (ignoring the fact that most refused to participate), the most resounding response says it all: “nerd”.
Print Lifestyle Editor – Anna Romanvoska
A classic philosophy student regretting choosing to study the futility of life, Anna can usually be found crying in various locations (her favourite being the -1 Forum library toilets). Who can blame her when she is faced with the impending doom of transforming into a fully-fledged Babushka by the age of 30? The curse of the Slav continues with multiple failed attempts at going veggie, a patriotic obsession with Czech beer, and constant reminders of her Czech nationality. She is a pretentious mess who will roast you for your love of Ed Sheeran. Avoid her at all costs when she’s coffee deprived.
Print Lifestyle Editor – Izzy Cole
Often mistaken as a fresher, Izzy can either be seen getting ID’d for Christmas crackers, or strolling around campus with a Pret in her hand. Whilst she loves doing both, the rest of her time is usually spent in the Exeposé office editing articles or trying to come up with witty titles for them, which in reality, are simply crap. Whilst Izzy may not be part of the large English-student population within the society, as a fellow geographer she feels Exeposé has provided her with the perfect opportunity to put those ‘colouring in’ skills to the test by spending at least half an hour to decide on which shade of purple to use for her Lifestyle page. Will she choose a violet, lilac or maybe even a cheeky magenta? Your guess is as good as mine.