Amelia Gregory discusses The Carol Shields Prize for Fiction, America’s first literary award for women and non-binary writers.
Timothée Chalamet is fresh off the back of an incredible 2017 in which he starred in two Oscar nominated films. The 21-year-old’s breakout role in ‘Call Me By Your Name’ made him the youngest nominee for the Best Actor category since 1939 and third youngest ever to be nominated. Now, his professional acting career began […]
The IgNobel prize honours the most baffling questions that science has to offer, giving centre stage to papers which make you laugh at first, but then lead you to a deeper level of thought. Given the recent release of the 2017 prize-winners, it seems only right to give some (dis)honourable mentions to the questions that […]
Last year XTV, the university’s very own television station, won eight awards at the National Student Television Awards (NaSTA) including ‘Best Light Entertainment’ for ‘Whittle vs Market’. XTV has now released a sequel to that video called ‘Whittle vs Busk’. The judges said the following about the original award-winning Whittle vs Market: “This was a […]
Exeposé has been shortlisted for ‘Best Student Publication’ in the 2015 Guardian Student Media Awards, it has been announced. The Award, which will be judged by Katharine Viner, editor-in-chief at Guardian News & Media, as well as the editors of The Independent on Sunday, The Evening Standard, The Financial Times Weekend Magazine and deputy editor of The […]
A University professor has been honoured with a Point of Light Award by the Prime Minister for her work within the Exeter community. Dr Johanna Harris of the English department founded the ‘Care Homes Reading Project’ after joining the university five years ago. The project involves student volunteers reading to elderly and vulnerable people in nursing […]