Over 610 students have accommodation cancelled after “grossly irresponsible” construction delays Hundreds of new students have been forced to find new accommodation after being told that ‘The Depot’ will not be finished in time for September. In a statement given to Exeposé, The Depot confirmed “Due to construction delays at The Depot which our contractor […]
What is the future for Exeter? Megan Davies sits down with the Vice-Chancellor and Provost to find out more. It would be an understatement to say the last 17 years have been eventful for Sir Steve Smith. The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Exeter, (incidentally, one of the most influential figures in the higher education […]
Online Features Editor Bryan Knight Interviews Ruby Granger to discuss her meteoric rise as a Study Tuber.
An Exeter MA History student discovered an archive of personal items “dumped” in the mud on the side of the Western Way, Exeter on 4 June. Joe Williams, 22, launched an appeal on Twitter to reunite the collection with family members of Paul and Elizabeth Ascher, the deceased couple to whom the items belonged. The […]
A one-off Georgian map of Exeter has been found in an attic, offering a new insight into the city’s landscape and industry during the eighteenth-century. The map, produced in 1743, was found in the attic of an elderly lady’s home shortly after her death and is thought to be the last map to depict Exeter […]
Music Print Editor Bryony Gooch interviews the University of Exeter’s Battle of the Bands 2019 winner.
The Exeter Students’ Guild has voted to stay in the National Union of Students. 1,291 students voted, surpassing the 1,187 total the referendum needed for a legitimate result. Out of the 23,615 students eligible to vote, only 5.5 per cent voted. 681 students (52.75%) voted “For” continued affiliation The online vote opened at 9am, […]
On 11 May 2019, the 11th annual Exeter Pride took place. The attendees met at St. Sidwell’s Church at 11am, and marched to Northernhay Gardens at noon. Hundreds of attendees carried a 50-metre rainbow flag down the high street. The parade included a fire engine, an ambulance and community volunteers. Councillor Rob Hannaford, the Lord […]
Trying to shop ethically on a student budget isn’t the easiest thing in the world, and some sustainable influencers would have people believe that sustainability is an all or nothing game. However, there are plenty of small, affordable ways to follow a more ethical lifestyle that can fit into a student budget without going entirely […]
Exeter City Council has recently completed an environmentally friendly housing complex which has been shortlisted for numerous awards, including: the South West Built Environment Awards, Project of the Year category; Residential Property of the Year in the Michelmores Property Awards; and two Royal Institute for Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards – Design Through Innovation and Residential. […]