As summer is well underway, Danni Darrah writes about which books you should bring with you on your next trip to Exmouth.
Olivia Richards shares her summer bucket list while there is hope that things might be returning to normal
Rhian Hutchings shares the music that reminds her of life outside lockdown.
Elinor Jones, Print Science Editor, scrutinises the ‘perfect’ summer body by exploring the bikini’s past and present.
So exams are over, your student loan has run dry and the Forum’s eerily empty. It’s the end of another year at Exeter, and whether you’re a Fresher who can’t wait to head home so your mum can wash all your socks, or a soon-to-be grad enjoying your last few weeks of freedom before you […]
For an ‘Exetah’ student, summer is the main event of the year. With impulsive trips to Bali, copious amounts of fake tan to even out those bikini lines, and thousands of veggie gluten-free burgers on the barbecue in every Surrey back garden. However, for those without trust funds summer is more a test of endurance […]
One of the major reasons that most of us chose to come to Exeter was that we were convinced we would get the train to the beach on a weekly basis. Obviously we were unaware that most weekends would actually be spent MLA-referencing our essays and catching up on three weeks of reading whilst still […]