While it is not compulsory, the University of Exeter has advised students to take a Coronavirus test before travelling home for winter break.
Exeter Christmas Market is cancelled The annual Exeter Christmas Market has been cancelled following the government’s announcement of a second lockdown in England. Exeter’s eighth Christmas Market, held on Cathedral Green, had been scheduled to run between 21 November and 19 December but the new restrictions mean it is no longer possible. Additional precautions were […]
Sophie Porteous explores the possible shortcomings of the UK government’s proposed plan for students in December so they can travel home for Christmas.
Drive-in pantomime coming to Exeter this Christmas The Birmingham Stage Company, in collaboration with Horrible Histories, has organised a Christmas drive-in pantomime to take place amid COVID-19 restrictions. Two performances will be held at Exeter Racecourse on Friday 18 December, at 4:30pm and 7pm. Families will watch the show from the safety of their cars, […]
Issy Murray explores new research which indicates having your in-laws over during the Christmas period can negatively affect your mental health.
Issy Murray discusses the Christmas toy that inspired her to become a scientist.
Foreign Correspondent in South Korea, Milana Nikolova, explains how Christmas is celebrated in her host country and why it is a change from a typical European Christmas.
Freda Worrell reviews Northcott Theatre’s latest pantomime, Beauty and the Beast.
Jessica Learmont explores the sentimental nature of Christmas literature and her favourite Christmas books.
December 25 is Father Christmas’s big day, giving gifts and presents to all mankind. But just how does he do it? Callum Dinnett discusses the science behind Santa’s night out.