Racist vandalism was reported at the Law School in December, prompting students to criticise the University of Exeter’s “clueless” response to racism on campus. Guild Officers have stated they were “disappointed” at being “not informed.”
Miranda Sandy discusses the novel adaptation of German coming-of-age film Sonnenallee; translated by Hanna Staude. Wenn man Deutsch in der Schule gelernt hat, ist es wahrscheinlich, dass man als Teil des Unterrichts den Film Sonnenallee angeschaut hat, jedoch nicht (unbedingt), dass man auch das Buch gelesen hat. Normalerweise basieren Filme auf Büchern, aber dieses Buch […]
Isabelle Drage writes on French attitudes towards and current action on the Climate Crisis; translated by Marion L-Huillier-Hunsinger. Il existe de nombreux stéréotypes sur les Français, mais ils ne sont pas forcément connus pour rester silencieux quand ils sont mécontents. La France a la réputation d’être une nation de manifestants ; une tradition qui découle de […]
Foreign Correspondent in Germany, Rupali Naik, shares her experience and gives important advice on how to stay safe when on your own.
Print features editor Jaysim Hanspal reviews The Midnight Beast’s gig
Izzy Cole, Lifestyle Print Editor, predicts what will be fashionable in 2020 We’ve seen it all in 2019. From animal print and tartan to boiler suits and bucket hats, it’s been a year of experimental and diverse fashion, and it doesn’t stop there. We’ve also seen the rise of miniature clutch bags, patchwork and bike […]
As winter prevails, Courtney Priday discusses how these cold months can affect our mood Making the distinction between mental illness and mental wellbeing and how we can support each other. Seasonal Affective Disorder commonly known as “SAD” or “the winter depression” is a form of depression in which sufferers experience symptoms in correlation to the […]
Saracens’ point deduction is a sanction many had expected for a long time – Nick Powell takes a look at what it all means for Exeter Chiefs.
Rebecca Claxton reviews the new John Lewis advert and the angry hype surrounding it Climate change, Brexit and terrorist attacks are consuming our thoughts this Christmas. So why in the midst of all this negative news are we condemning Edgar the dragon and labelling him as a capitalist trap. The bottom line is the John […]
The focus of the UCU strike has shifted from 2018 to include precarious contracts and the poor working conditions of non-academic support staff. On 22 February 2018, UCU members went on strike for an unprecedented 14 days over changes made to their pension benefit. However, the current action also comes in response to a separate […]