Catherine Lloyd explains the barriers preventing many minorities from entering STEM, and discusses the actions needed to be taken to encourage more diversity in science.
Sophie Goschen scrutinises the topics of tampon tax, period poverty and sustainability
A student attendee at Hijacked Festival has been working with the festival organisers to improve accessibility, following organisational negligence and discrimination directed towards their condition. Following the incidents, which occurred over the course of an evening at Hijacked on May 30th, the current plan for disabled festivalgoers has been expanded. These include “more robust” accessibility […]
Only when coming to university did I discover I had a learning disability – no thanks to any seminar leaders or professors, but thanks to one of my best friends who has the same learning disability as I do, who recognised himself in me and urged me to seek a diagnosis. It affects a whole […]
ALTHOUGH a basic skill in the sense that it is necessary to our very survival, communication is the most nuanced and elegant tool available to humanity. It shapes and enhances every aspect of our highly-collaborative modern lives with verbal and hand-written forms looked over in favour of more technologically advanced options. It’s been a very […]
I remembered the first time I arrived at Exeter by bus, I was so excited that I decided to walk to the university instead of calling a taxi. I also remember dragging my luggage from the bus station to the city centre before finally finding my way out of the city buzz into a peaceful […]
If there is one thing that I hear on a regular basis since being at Exeter, it is the constant groans and moans about working those leg muscles up cardiac hill or the distance from one lecture to another. Now, for someone who can’t walk long distances due to my disability and so has to […]