Evanna Kappos provides top tips on dealing with being in a long distance relationship.
Alexia Oerter reviews the new feature, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile and reflects on Efron’s twistedly effective performance.
Scarlett Reid, Print Science Editor thoughtfully discusses the myths that surround eating disorders and how to combat those stereotypes.
I began watching Dead to Me on Netflix on Saturday night and despite the fact I had an exam on the Tuesday afternoon, I had finished it by Sunday morning. The balance achieved between the very real and traumatic loss of Jen’s husband, Nick, and the easy watching aspects of the series that Netflix was trying to […]
Trying to shop ethically on a student budget isn’t the easiest thing in the world, and some sustainable influencers would have people believe that sustainability is an all or nothing game. However, there are plenty of small, affordable ways to follow a more ethical lifestyle that can fit into a student budget without going entirely […]
On the evening of the 22nd of March, Exeter was transported to Stockport, glimpsing into a world of Northern dialects, teenage anxieties and gritty drama. With a passionate and compelling cast from EUTC leading the show, the audience watched Billy and Rachel grow up in a town, a town that fills them simultaneously with joy […]
I was hesitant about choosing Sally Rooney’s Normal People as my ‘favourite book of recent months’. I wondered: is there really anyone out there who still hasn’t read it? With all the articles written about it, love and official award recognition, has this novel been discussed too much recently? I’m not sure. This is an […]
Dry January is a contested concept amongst my friends, as it garners many different opinions, ranging from respect and admiration to detest and abhorrence. I challenged myself to a month with no alcohol for no other reason but boredom; wagering with my conscience as to whether I had any self-restraint. Turns out, it was much […]
Blood trickles to my cheeks, flashing ruby, soaking across a pale surface. The throbbing vehicle behind my ribs deafens me and I redden further as the sound fills my ears, as I’m sure it does his. Breath fails me- my lungs quiver in frantic intakes of panic desperation. Words fall away to the most basic […]
Almost all of us by now will have read a novel or listened to a song which was left incomplete by its’ creator. An artist may choose not to finish their work but most often it is their death which interrupts their creative process and means their work is unfinished. Should these works be published even if […]