Sophie Porteous speaks to students and staff about the seemingly unfair treatment of music and theatre societies in light of Covid- 19.
The candidates for VP Welfare & Diversity took differing approaches when it came to the question of inclusivity, with Katie Heard putting a focus on promotion whilst Amelie Sievers emphasised the importance of dialogue. Katie Heard, when both candidates were quizzed on their manifesto points on improving inclusivity, highlighted promoting diversity events such as Culture […]
Exeter Students’ Guild Refreshers Week is to be held from 13 to 18 January, and will include an official launch party at the Lemon Grove on Sunday 13 January. Refreshers Week is a fixture of the university calendar and is intended to welcome returning students while providing students an opportunity to sign up to a campus […]
Exefest, the uni’s campus music festival, is no longer. Recently, Exeposé reported that the festival will not be held again due to financial losses from last year, as stated by VP Activities Becca Hanley. As someone who attended the festival last year, I have mixed feelings about this: Exefest was a really fun post-exams celebration, […]
The shortlist for the Students’ Guild Awards 2016 has now been made available online. There are up to five nominations under the eleven different categories, ranging from “Campaign of the Year” to “Outstanding Individual Contribution”. Alongside the published shortlist, students also have the option to vote this year’s “Peoples’ Choice” category. Shortlisted students include Ben […]
T oby Gladwin stormed to victory at the Guild Election results night on Friday, beating off competition to become the newly elected Students’ Guild President for 2016/17. An all-male Sabbatical team are set to represent students in the next academic year. Gladwin will be joined by Tristan Gatward as VP Activities and Harry Reeve as VP […]
Caffeine, more commonly known in its purest form as the lifesaver of students everywhere. Companion to essay crises and late night study sessions, coffee’s got your back. Now, I’m something of a coffee addict. Or coffee snob. So, with my coffee cup full and my pockets empty, I’m putting that money I’ve invested in campus […]
A new hair salon has opened in Devonshire House, offering cheap cuts to students. The Hair Pod, which will be open 10:00-17:00 Monday to Friday in DH1, will provide a gentlemen’s cuts to cash-strapped students for only eight pounds, with a ladies cut and blow dry for twenty. It follows a Student Idea earlier this […]