Hundreds attend Black Lives Matter protest and vigil in Exeter More than 1000 people attended the 6 June 2020 Black Lives Matter protest and vigil for George Floyd on the banks on the River Exe. The protest, named ‘Exeter Peaceful Protest Against Racism’, took place between 5pm and 7pm at Flowerpot Playing Fields. Many of […]
In light of renewed discussions of racism in the UK, an anti-racist collective of the University of Exeter has written an open letter to the university and Student’s Guild with demands to foster a greater anti-racist culture within the institution.
New Online Editor, Ria Kalsi, introduces the new section of Exeposé – Amplify.
Zoë Wilkinson shares her experiences of fetishised race as well as questioning racialised beauty standards in Exeter.
Our Lifestyle Team give us an insight into their lives in lockdown
Aakz Karri relates the joys of unearthing childhood memories On the 16th of March, the first measures which led to lockdown had been announced and as a consequence I returned home to The Hague in the Netherlands. It has been an interesting experience, especially since it has slowed and allowed for unlimited time with family […]
Students speak out against “incredibly unfair” tenancy contracts Exeter students speak out after finding themselves unable to terminate tenancy agreements for private student lettings. Exeposé has spoken to 24 students about their experiences trying to cancel their tenancy agreements. Some came from circumstances with private landlords, while others’ properties were managed by letting agencies or […]
NHS plans Nightingale hospital for Exeter A temporary NHS Nightingale hospital is set to open in Exeter at the beginning of May, to help the fight against COVID-19. Work has already begun on the site of the makeshift hospital, according to Ruth May, NHS Chief Nursing Officer for England. The site is Westpoint Arena, the […]
Why I stayed Anna Romanovska illustrates how displaced international students bear the brunt of COVID-19 COVID-19 has caused a lot of disturbance in people’s lives. You may have noticed a wave of your international friends packing their bags and leaving – fearful of not seeing their homes and families. But there are those who stayed. […]
Meriel Clode delves into the dilemmas of dressing when working from home Many of us are now loathe to read one more article, news piece or story on coronavirus. It has permeated every aspect of our lives with an unprecedented prevalence, so I am going to focus on clothes instead. With government guidelines dictating that […]