Exeter students living in privately-owned halls of residences are not being informed about the number of COVID-19 cases in their accommodation.
Online Editor, Maddie Baker, writes about Exeposé’s success at the SPA awards and the SPANC this year.
147,000 Eat Out to Help Out meals claimed in Exeter 147,000 meals were claimed in Exeter under the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme, saving diners a total of £662,000 in discount. The scheme, which ran every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 August to 31 August, saved diners an average of £4.51 at […]
Exeter students test positive for COVID-19 15 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Exeter and have been attributed to students at the University. The spike is believed to have stemmed from students contracting coronavirus before arriving in Exeter. The cases were confirmed on Tuesday, 22 September, with 11 specimen dated for 20 September. […]
Exeter Astrophysics expert Isabelle Baraffe awarded prestigious international award Professor Isabelle Baraffe will be receiving the Viktor Ambartsumian International Science Prize alongside Prof. Alexander Szalay (John Hopkins University) and Prof. Adam Burrows (Princeton University) for her “fundamental contributions to the field of low mass stars, Brown dwarfs and exoplanets and for innovative ideas in the […]
A Fresher’s Guide to Packing for University Print Music Editor Bridie Adams gives us the down low on all the university essentials for every fresher If you are a returning Exeter student, you’ll already know the basics of what you need and don’t need at university. If you’re going to be a fresher in September, […]
Exeter University drops plans to test all students in September Lifestyle Print Editor Georgia Shepherd discusses the University’s plans for students in September. The University of Exeter has scrapped plans to test all students returning to campus in September. The project, led by Sean Fielding from IRB in coordination with the University’s Bronze test and […]
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.