Fairytale of Grenoble: The Peaks of an Alpine Christmas Emily Cooper explores the best of the French Alps’ festivities in Grenoble and its surrounding areas. It’s the most wonderful time of the year: exam deadlines are fast-approaching, bookmakers are starting to take bets on the likelihood of a fourth (?) lockdown, and many among us […]
Isabel Caine explores the history behind the pantomime, one of Britain’s more unique Christmas traditions.
Daisy Finch gives us her tips for how to use shop bought and handmade decorations to brighten up your uni house this festive season.
Print Lifestyle Editor Zoe Sperry shares a guide to the Christmas charity campaigns we can all get involved in this Christmas time.
Festive Treats Josie Orr shares her favourite sweet and savoury festive bakes! The Christmas season is well and truly upon us, and this means that our favourite Christmas recipes are too! As soon as the festive season arrives, I can’t help but start to get excited about all the food that comes with it; be […]
In Ode to the Christmas Carol Ella Lee discusses the annual Christmas classics Whether you share the opinion that “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” or not, you know its Christmas when you walk into Tesco to do your weekly food shop and find yourself walking with a slight swing in your step, […]
Online Editor, Maddie Baker, interviews two international students staying in Exeter over the Christmas break. They both explain how they usually spend the festive period and give advice to other international students away from home at Christmas.
Constanza Sardelli advises our readers on the most appealing and inspiring art books, and why they make the perfect gift
Exeter pub, The Stoke Arms, have put up their Christmas lights early this year as a way of boosting positivity during lockdown.
While it is not compulsory, the University of Exeter has advised students to take a Coronavirus test before travelling home for winter break.