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Is Reading a Cultural Addiction?

Bibliophilia. Bibliomania. Obsessive compulsive reading. Book readers anonymous. Reading is known by most as a relaxing past time; a chance to de-stress and unwind, a...

The end is nigh – about to gradu-ache

I MUST admit, I have been guilty of watching the weeks left of term decrease this side of Christmas. It’s a strange one as...

BioSoc and PhySoc social renamed due to ‘derogatory’ language

A Biology Society and Physics Society joint social has been renamed after intervention from Exeter Students' Guild due to the derogatory language used on...

Januhairy – this isn’t going to cut it

AS January drew to a close, so too did the aptly named ‘Januhairy’: a campaign created by Exeter student Laura Jackson that has garnered...

Experiencing inequality – misogyny and racism in Exeter

Growing up as a woman of colour, you’re taught to tone down your identity. We experience so many forms of casual to extreme racism,...

Should Private Artworks by Artists be Posthumously Released?

Almost all of us by now will have read a novel or listened to a song which was left incomplete by its' creator. An artist...

Guild or Union?

NO matter your opinions on the Students’ Guild, it’s an organisation you have to really go out of your way to avoid on campus....

The student perfectionist

I HAVE a tendency, when anyone asks, “Don’t you think you’ve taken on a bit much this year?”, to wave a hand and laugh,...

I’m a feline, get meow-t of here

Our day is always just that little bit improved when we have the opportunity to pet some animals, isn't it? Thankfully, we've got a...

Review: ‘Asockalypse Now’ @ M and D Room

I’ll admit, having not seen a university comedy performance before, I entered the M&D room with trepidation. Thankfully, after the first handful of sketches,...