Aakruthi Karri contemplates on the issues concerning tourism in Venice.
Every first year geography student who took the Future of the Planet module might be a bit grumpy right now. But trust me, we have a good reason to be! On Friday 20th, we all sat at various computers throughout the university to complete an online multiple choice exam. Most of us found the exam paper […]
Angry students have described the cancelling of an exam halfway through as “a joke”, after a network failure rendered their answers useless. First year Geographers were left bewildered in their GEO1212 ‘Future of the Planet’ exam, worth 100 per cent of their module mark, when they were told to write all 50 of their answers […]
Mountains aren’t as static and unchangeable as previously thought – they actually evolve with the Earth’s climate, according to ground-breaking new research by a team including an Exeter academic. The University’s Dr Ian Bailey took part in an international study investigating how climate and tectonic forces affect mountains over time. The research showed that during […]