Data gathered by Exeposé through the Freedom of Information Act reveals that the University of Exeter have reduced open day spending for the fourth year in a row.
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Exeter research finds play and meaty food reduce hunting by cats A study from the University of Exeter has revealed that premium cat food with proteins sourced from meat can reduce the number of prey animals that cats bring home by 36 per cent and that playful interactions between cats and owners resulted in a […]
Lauren Haughey comments on the recent attempted coup of Capitol Hill as a reminder of racial disparities and weak democracy
New team of elected Students’ Guild Officers begin roles Sunday Blake has begun her new role as Guild President after serving as Vice President (VP) Postgraduate last year, and fellow 2019/20 Officers Liv Harvey and Penny Dinh are continuing in their respective roles as VP Activities and VP Education. New officers Ruby Jones and Josip […]
University of Exeter yet to confirm plans for teaching next year A spokesperson for the University has said that lectures in September will be “delivered online or developed into guided online resources supported by face-to-face teaching” in a statement issued in response the COVID-19 pandemic. The statement did not specify how long online teaching methods […]
A Student Idea calling for the end to the recently-implemented iExeter Digital Check-in system passed with 89.6% of the 487 voters selecting a ‘yes’ option. This idea, ‘Stop iExeter Digital Checkin’, was ratified on Tuesday 30 October by Democracy and Governance Council and has been passed up to the Guild executive for action. The Student […]
Exeter Student’s Guild will remain affiliated to the National Union of Students, after a campaign to leave narrowly failed to win a majority of student support, but the Leave campaign have taken legal advice on challenging the result. With 5534 students voting, the referendum had a 30 per cent turnout- the highest in any single […]