Two student volunteer groups have spoken to Exeposé in regards to delays surrounding inhouse DBS checks, with criticism being levelled at how “dismissive” the Students’ Guild have been of their concerns and how lack of clear communication has led to projects being cancelled. “Pre-pandemic the Guild used to provide all DBS checks for our projects […]
Print Lifestyle Editor Zoe Sperry shares a guide to the Christmas charity campaigns we can all get involved in this Christmas time.
Jeremy Daubeny, a first year Economics and Politics student at the University of Exeter, has been put forward for a Pride of Britain Award. The nomination came following his ‘Tour de Full English’, in which he cycled around Britain to hunt down the top full English breakfast. As a result, Daubeny raised £37,500 for the […]
Tamara Moule celebrates Exeter’s new Happy Carrot enterprise
Niamh Walsh introduces “SolidariTee”- a student- led charity dedicated to raising awareness of the refugee crisis.
Online Screen Editor, Jim Norman, discusses the original documentary short, Blood Rider, from day four of the We Are One Film Festival
In unambiguous campaigns to ‘protect the NHS’ that emulate those seen in the war, the Government directly highlights their own failings. The public is being asked to provide for these failings through, exemplarily, donations. Rather than in disillusionment, the result will be of a public quickly forgetting the chronic societal issues that have brought this on – in the name of national pride.
As the nation faces an unprecedented challenge, Cassie Grace urges us to find hope in each other amidst the darkness of coronavirus.
Kevin Yu examines how we can aid the homelessness problem in Exeter amidst Covid-19 The rapid manifestation of coronavirus/COVID-19 has shaken the whole planet, including Exeter, with WHO recently confirming its pandemic status. As a result, much of society is preparing to be housebound, from (in-advisably) stock-piling loo roll, to integrating Skype chats for work. […]
Oxfam, once famed for its commitment to safeguarding the most vulnerable populations, has been hit by a damning report following allegations of sexual misconduct by its aid workers following Haiti’s devastating earthquake in 2010. In the report by the Charity Commission, Oxfam was found to have failed to disclose child abuse allegations, including evidence of […]