Exeposé speaks to the 2022 Great British Sewing Bee finalist and Exeter alumna, Man Yee Woo.
Following the Supreme Court’s vote to overturn Roe v Wade, Features Editor Maggie John discusses what this means for the country’s future and women’s rights.
Students have had mixed reactions to changes to outlets on campus according to an Exeposé survey. This comes in the wake of Costa closing on 22nd April, following the expiry of the outlet’s ten-year lease and the outlet’s choice not to renew it.
According to a survey conducted by Exeposé, only half of the polled students took part in the Platinum Jubilee celebrations over the Bank Holiday.
A comment made by an Exeter alumnus via social media has sparked debate regarding the inclusivity and accessibility of this year’s graduation ceremonies.
One in four students have less than £50 to live on each month says NUS report A quarter of UK university students have less than £50 to live on each month, research by the National Union of Students (NUS) has found. As a result, two in three students have sought financial assistance, with one in […]
Academic college system to be restructured from September The University of Exeter has announced it will condense the six current academic colleges into three larger faculties from September. The announcement was made by Vice-Chancellor Professor Lisa Roberts in an email to students on Tuesday 22 March. Professor Roberts explained that the future structures are part […]
Guild Election Results: Lily Margaroli voted as President for second year The Students’ Guild election results were announced on Friday 18 March at 7:30 pm in the Ram Marquee – a new candidate was elected for each of the three Vice President positions as well as for Sports President, and incumbent Guild President Lily Margaroli […]
The first of the Guild Election debates took place on Wednesday 9 March with the five candidates running for VP Opportunities. The debate, hosted by XpressionFM, saw Izzie Dyer, Mehreen Nasir, Kaif Ur Rahman, Johna Aswan Selva, and Lowenna Wagstaff speak on a variety of issues such as accessibility on campus, student welfare, and how […]
Accusations of Ram food waste made during ‘Go Green Week’ Workers at The Ram Bar have come forward claiming that the University-owned outlet has been throwing out food with general waste instead of using a sustainable disposal method. According to the workers, as many as three deep metal trays of cooked chicken, chips, and other […]