Tamara Moule celebrates Exeter’s new Happy Carrot enterprise
Christmas Comes Early with the Return of Community Rugby Online Sports Editor Elise Hamersley takes a look at the RFU’s recent announcement regarding the upcoming return of community rugby and law variations. After nearly 9 months of slow, staged return, the RFU recently announced the restart of 15-a-side community rugby from the 18th of December. Following […]
Lianna Tosetti reflects on perspective, uncertainty and hope in a time of crisis.
Online Arts and Literature Editor, Ariane Joudrey, discusses the different platforms of online literature communities.
The fire that destroyed Grenfell Tower happened just over a year ago. With many lives lost, a community survived. I would say it’s a community that is stronger than ever, but that would be to understate the lack of choice in that strength. And that, inevitably, it would have been a lot stronger without the […]
Rising student numbers are making parts of Exeter “unbalanced” and “unsustainable,” a local residents’ association has warned – yet according to a recent Exeposé survey, many local businesses actually want student numbers to grow. Over 19,000 students are currently enrolled at the University’s Exeter campuses. The figure has grown by 19% over the past five […]
T he University of Exeter will be hosting a community day as part of their Diamond Jubilee celebrations this year. The event will be hosted at the University’s Streatham campus on Sunday the 12th March, from midday until 4pm. Activities for all ages will be available, and the general public can attend at no cost, […]
The Exeter Neon Night Run will be returning on May 28, starting and finishing at the University of Exeter. Last year’s 5k sponsored run raised an impressive £42,000 in aid of Hospiscare, and the local charity is once again asking locals and students to help light up Exeter. It is expected that the event, sponsored […]
Nearly 2,000 students, staff and members of the public attended a candlelit vigil at the University to remember victims of the Paris and Beirut terror attacks on Sunday 15 November. The event, firstly entitled ‘Vigil for Paris’ and later changed to ‘Vigil for Humanity’ to also recognise victims of the 12 November Beirut bombings, took […]
Students have expressed their dissatisfaction with the Council’s rubbish collection policy after “masses of bags” were left to “rot on the street”. Popular student housing areas, such as Monks Road, have been subject to a large build-up of odorous bin bags in recent weeks, as local refuse crews have refused to collect waste from “overfilled bins”. One […]