It was around April this year of 2020, my wife and I were living in Essex in a Coronavirus-stricken world of lockdown. We lived in a nice area on paper, but, once national lockdown came into effect, many people were clearly very affected by these new measures. Neighbours around us started behaving in a passive-aggressive […]
Sofia Giles reviews the importance of regional theatres and how they serve to protect the arts ecosystem
Reports suggest that the University of Exeter “was forced” by the Government to stop using its own COVID-19 testing system, and instead use the national system.
Students have reported having to wait as long as 52 hours to receive their Rapid Response coronavirus test results, despite the University claiming that they would be received within 24 hours. An initial press release from the University claimed “those participants who take tests in the morning will receive same day results, participants in the […]
Exeposé speaks to Professor Lisa Roberts, Vice Chancellor, about racism, the DebSoc incident and blended learning Starting a new role in charge of a university can never be easy, and that’s only been made harder for Professor Lisa Roberts with the pandemic causing a myriad of logistical problems. Beyond this, there has also been the […]