Concerns are being raised that students could become the “forgotten group” amid the cost-of-living crisis.
Anxious and isolated: How the cost of living crisis is affecting students
Benedict Thompson investigates how the cost of living crisis will affect students, as rent and bills continue to soar.
A guide to christmas charity campaigns
Print Lifestyle Editor Zoe Sperry shares a guide to the Christmas charity campaigns we can all get involved in this Christmas time.
Exeter City Council removes homeless man’s belongings without warning
A homeless man was given no prior warning when Exeter City Council removed his tent and other belongings while he was elsewhere.
Chile: It’s Not Thirty Pesos, It’s Thirty Years
Online Editor Ellie Cook writes about the spiralling chaos and widespread political protests spreading through Chile. Como la violencia, la polémica y el activismo chileno entran en una cuarta semana caótica en la capital, Santiago, parece que el gobierno ha perdido el control sobre las manifestaciones espontáneas que han estallado desde Iquique en el norte […]
Apocalypse sooner than we thought
On Monday 8th of October, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released an alarming report warning politicians about the impact that any future rise in temperature would have on our planet. Stated plainly, this impact will be enormous and tragic; far worse than previously projected. Whilst European governments are putting some policies in […]
Exeter support for refugees – in pictures
You can find out more about the event by reading Online News Editor Elise Metcalfe’s new story. All the images here are the work of Exeposé’s photographer Natasa Christofidou. Natasa’s photographs were also featured in Devon’s Sunday Independent. The the local newspaper used them for the front page of their pull-out.