With Freshers’ Week in the past and new students settled, Zoe Sperry gives advice on how to have the ‘uni experience’ alcohol-free.
Freshers’ flu: prevention, symptoms and treatment
Science Editor Daisy Scott discusses Freshers’ flu, its causes, how to prevent it and how to make yourself feel better if you do get it.
Needle spiking and the women’s safety crisis
In the wake of an increase in spiking and further concerns over women’s safety, Siobhan Bahl discusses the present dangers and what can be done to mitigate them.
A Guide to ‘Post’-Covid Clubbing in Amsterdam
A Guide to ‘Post’-Covid Clubbing in Amsterdam Georgia Irving discusses their experience of post-covid clubbing in Amsterdam during their study abroad experience. 25 September marked the return of nightlife to the Netherlands and my return to clubbing in over a year and a half. It would be all too easy to celebrate that day as […]
Clubs reopening: dance Fever!
Olivia Richards recounts her experience of going out and letting loose in the club after the Pandemic.
Mad About Bars
Print editor Bryony Gooch reviews Unit 1’s new Monday club night
The night is young
It’s easy to sympathise with the freshers’ plight. Your first hours in Exeter might proceed with a certain lingering itch – having bid goodbye to your family, with all the requisite hugs and assurances of moral character, your neck-hairs bristle as one of your slack-jawed, doe-eyed new friends suggests a night out. You leap, but […]
The Lemmy’s Renaissance
Saturday May 26th marked the rebirth of a legend. Like a phoenix from the ashes, Saturday Lemmy has returned. Kind of. “Lost Saturdays” as it is now affectionately titled, promised a “huge, naughty affair with an extra side of fun”. It was definitely huge, in as much as the queue stretched back to the business school […]
Farewell to Exeter’s beloved DJ Willby
I won’t lie, it was a shock. It is Sunday, March 4th at about 9pm that I learn the news. It’s about ten minutes after the publication from DJ Willby on his social media. I log on Facebook on my phone, start scrolling down until I see this picture of a sad emoji which makes […]
The Lemmy Died For Our Sins
It’s Saturday, 9 p.m. You sit alone in your halls. The phone buzzes. Upon the luminescent screen in golden letters appear the word: ‘Lemmy?’ It’s done. It’s over. Complex psychological changes have occurred turning you from introvert to extrovert. Your night will be changed… forever. Time to get ready: Shower? This is Lemmy. No one […]