A comment made by an Exeter alumnus via social media has sparked debate regarding the inclusivity and accessibility of this year’s graduation ceremonies.
Exepose writers discuss the difficulties faced in attending concerts
Sophia Thornton argues that the aggressive policing of Extinction Rebellion (XR) highlights the UK government’s reticence to combat the climate and ecological crisis
WHEN someone says M.E. or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (C.F.S), what do you think? Do you think ‘it’s psychological’? Do you think ‘people are making this up’? Maybe you don’t think anything at all. You can decide amongst yourselves which might be the most harmful. When I think of M.E. (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis), I think of a […]
The film the deaf community has been waiting for: A Quiet Place – but it’s not without its flaws. Disability on screen has been a thing of rarity, particularly if this includes actors with disabilities actually playing the roles. According to the UK film industry body Creative Skillset, only 0.3 percent of the total film […]
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri’s commitment to authentically depicting small town American attitudes, no matter how unpalatable, was a cause of controversy surrounding the film, and whilst the politically incorrect language suited the film’s acerbic, iconoclastic atmosphere, it was openly criticised for its callous approach to race relations. But the film’s insensitivity extends beyond racial […]