With the I’m a Celebrity final complete, Harry Craig evaluates Matt Hancock appearance on the show.
Memory loss: an unexpected consequence of Covid-19
Rahul Anand discusses one of the lesser understood symptoms of Covid-19 and recent findings which might shed light onto why this happens
Student mental health during Covid-19: the silent pandemic
As the coronavirus pandemic surged across the UK, another pandemic was simmering away behind closed doors. Benedict Thompson investigates the detrimental effects of Covid-19 on the mental health and wellbeing of students.
Bossware: the ethics of monitoring remote workers
Editor Megan Ballantyne explores the use of new workplace technologies such as Bossware to monitor employee productivity in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Music Events and Festivals in Covid-19 America
Music Events and Festivals in Covid-19 America March 10, 2020: the last Saturday before the world as we knew it ended. I was at a Blossoms concert in the Exeter Great Hall. It’s taken almost exactly two years and moving halfway around the world, but I’ve finally been able to start attending concerts again. My […]
Graduating after covid: time for a pause
Print Comment Editor Kate Hall reflects on how COVID-19 has impacted our university experience and what it means for those graduating this year.
‘Triple whammy’ of soaring prices hits harder than ever before
Pippa Bourne discusses the causes and potential implications of inflation and rising food prices.
Changing attitudes to Covid-19: Do we treat it like the flu?
Charlie Nadin discusses the changing attitudes towards management of Covid-19.
New Omicron sub-variant was predicted by Exeter professor’s mathematical modelling
New Omicron sub-variant was predicted by Exeter professor’s mathematical modelling Professor Livio Fenga, from the University of Exeter Business School’s Centre for Analysis, Simulation and Models, predicted the “possible presence” of the BA.2 Omicron sub-variant in December 2021. According to the University of Exeter, the senior lecturer’s mathematical model applied “spectral entropy, wavelet theory, feature […]
Understudies: the bedrock of broadway
The recent surge in Covid-19 cases has forced many artists to step away from the stage. Catherine Stone shines a light on the understudies that have kept our favourite shows running.