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 […]
Rebecca Bowsher explores the panic master’s phenomenon and why students might be deciding to extend their studies.
Draconian COVID Regulations in Hong Kong Austin Taylor covers how a strict COVID crackdown in Hong Kong affects travellers & residents. Generally, Asian countries have taken much tougher stances on COVID-19 than their Western counterparts. This is especially so in Hong Kong, where any travellers who are actually eligible to enter the territory are required […]
Online Science Editor Daisy Scott discusses the recent development of a COVID-19 vaccine in the form of a patch, how it works and how it could increase global vaccine uptake.
Thomas Sloman discusses vaccines and masks in the NHS, and how we can protect vulnerable people.
Athletes and Anti-Vaxx: What’s Going On? Online Sports Editor Henry Hood delves into the lack of vaccinations in the sporting world. Sixty-eight percent of the UK have received two doses of the coronavirus vaccine. The same percentage of Premier League footballers have been vaccinated. This does not seem like a discrepancy until you start digging a bit deeper. Gov.uk […]
University of Exeter leads new research project in treatment of delirium A research programme led by the University of Exeter will investigate ways to help hospital patients recover from delirium. Delirium is a state of acute confusion, often involving hallucinations, that afflicts a quarter of older people admitted to hospital. The £2.5 million programme is […]
Students have experienced a lack of consistency from the University of Exeter regarding online and in-person teaching co-existing depending on the department. Some people are experiencing both types of teaching. A Registrar email was sent out on 25 August to update all students on how University teaching would be conducted this year. Safety measures that […]
Following last issue’s exploration into students experiences of in-person and online teaching, Exeposé spoke to lecturers to gage their opinions. Speaking to a number of lecturers the general consensus is that they are “glad to be back doing what [they] do best”, with all lecturers we spoke to happy to be back teaching face-to-face, especially […]
Victoria Shipp discusses the difficulty the Australian government faces following recent anti-lockdown protests.