It can be difficult to balance life and work, especially, when everything is done from our same 4 walls. Lockdown can be tough, but Jessica offers the best remedy for keeping one’s spirits high: the greenery all around us. If you’re lucky enough to find yourself at Exeter, Devon is a never ending playground of landscapes, and if not, there’s always a green place to be discovered at home.
Ikea is bringing the “Wonderful Everyday Tour” to Exeter and areas across Devon, ahead of the Exeter store’s opening on the 10thMay. Following last weekend’s celebrations on the Quay, this week will see events across Exeter, including Princesshay Shopping Centre, St. Davids Station and Exeter Civic Station. The tour is filled with community-aimed events, including […]
As a student, one of the biggest treats of term is when your parents come to visit. There’s a little slice of the comfort of home with none of the travel and lots of free food. But how do you make your parents fall as deep in love with Exeter as you are in just […]
The promise of post-essay and exam freedom is an exhilarating one, and after months of working under the stress of tight deadlines the ensuing free time seems like heaven. You deserve this celebration. Once this free time arrives, however, it’s quite easy to throw yourself into the next project – be that a drama department […]
It’s no secret that students at The University of Exeter pride themselves on being some of the fittest in the UK, and on our treacherously hilly campus being fit is a necessity. But subscribing to the keep-fit trend, which has taken hold of campus has one major downfall: the cost. The Russell Seal Fitness Centre […]
During the Second World War, Exeter was devastatingly bombed as part of the Baedeker Blitz – a German campaign against five British cities with specific cultural and historical value. After the worst of these attacks in May 1942, German radio announced that “Exeter was the jewel of the west… we have destroyed that jewel”. Fast […]