With Freshers’ Week in the past and new students settled, Zoe Sperry gives advice on how to have the ‘uni experience’ alcohol-free.
Science Editor Daisy Scott discusses Freshers’ flu, its causes, how to prevent it and how to make yourself feel better if you do get it.
Science Editor Imogen Poyntz-Wright discusses how Freshers can overcome the fear of meeting new people and flatmates and making new friends.
Charlie Nadin offers some skills that are essential to learn for any Freshers looking to survive the first year of uni
Alaïa Lafleur discusses the possibility of mandatory mask-wearing in light of increased COVID-19 infection rates.
Timothy Chan evaluates student housing cooperatives and whether or not they are the answer to student housing issues.
Rebecca Colyer debates the ever changing ways in which students must socialise due to the impact of COVID-19 The chaotic, sleepless and hungover ‘traditional’ Freshers week has been fully reimagined, as the concept of Fresher’s flu was taken to the extreme. However, after spending months at home, the anticipation, excitement and nerves of moving away […]
Residents in University accommodation were initially told they must seek permission for overnight guests with 72-hours-notice as a result of COVID-19 restrictions, but this is now set to be removed, Exeposé can reveal.
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 […]
BEING away from home and being at university is at first a strange feeling, one that definitely takes getting used to. I felt this especially in the first year, as all of us probably did. You’re in a new place, you don’t really know what’s going on or where anything is. Now being in my […]