Olivia Richards shares her summer bucket list while there is hope that things might be returning to normal
Lifestyle Editor Millie Betts interviews Sarah Martin, founder of Nourish, to gain an insight into the process of shopping zero waste
President Ani Martirossian and Treasurer Luca Boyd of The 93% Club Exeter explain the mandate of the national network and give an idea of what Exeter students can expect.
Breaking news: Safety Checks delay return to University accommodation Students from Birks Grange, Moberly and parts of Clydesdale Rise will not be able to return to their accommodation tomorrow following the detonation of a World War Two bomb. A number of properties in Exeter have been structurally damaged from the detonation. Police stated the impact of […]
Austin Taylor explores Exeter’s rich architectural histories, from its Roman roots to its Georgian splendour
According to data obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, street harassment and stalking reports in Exeter have more than doubled over the last five years.
Exeter’s Half Marathon will be virtual in 2021 Holly Van Ryssen discusses Exeter City Community Trust’s decision to run Exeter’s Half Marathon virtually this year. A firm favorite in runners’ calendars, this year the Exeter Half Marathon will be going virtual. Due to the ongoing uncertainty around large events, and with England in its third […]
Caitlin Barr explores the reality of ‘attending’ university during the pandemic and provides some ways you can still stay entertained
Exeter councillors vote to apply for relocation of controversial Buller statue A review into the “continued appropriateness” of the 1905 Buller statue, located next to Exeter College, has prompted councillors in Exeter to vote for permission to relocate the “iconic” city statue. Any decision made on the statue’s relocation would be subject to planning permission […]
Emily Im provides her top tips for staying motivated while the university experience has been turned upside down