Agata Koralewska analyses the emergence of ‘bookstagram’ and explores the pros and cons of the online reading community.
The false reality of social media
In a world of false realities and photoshop, Elizabeth Barber delves into how social media has increased celebrities unauthentic portrayals, and why this has repeatedly disappointed audiences.
Film cameras and Gen Z’s search for authenticity
Sarah Décory explores the latest trends surrounding film cameras and what sets them apart from their digital counterparts.
Viral books: the power of online reading communities
Have you ever wandered into a bookshop and stumbled upon a “booktok” section? Reading, thanks to social media, is now trendier than ever. Certain novels and authors, however, seem particularly popular. Our social media executive Emily Im takes a deep dive into current literary trends and what is fuelling them.
Art Accounts of Instagram
Art Accounts of Instagram Sardelli Constanza and Megan Frost give us the comprehensive overview of which art instagram accounts to follow now Social media is an insightful and interactive way for art lovers to explore their interests. It is an effective means by which one can find their new favourite artist, and to help you […]
Shop small or not at all?
Livia Cockerwell explores the growth of TikTok and Instagram for small businesses navigating the challenges of staying afloat during a pandemic.
Exeter is the 10th most Instagrammable university in UK
Exeter is the 10th most Instagrammable university in UK The University of Exeter beats the University of Manchester and the University of Lincoln to become the tenth most Instagrammable university in the whole of the UK. Based on data analysed by The Knowledge Academy, the University has been tagged at least 78,608 times on Instagram […]
Instagram made me read it
Harry Edmundson discusses the relationship between social media influences and literature and the online trend of reading.
Up and Comers: Elliott Holden
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams talks to singer Elliott Holden about the music he posts on social media in the first of a series of interviews with undiscovered artists.
FeelingOurWay: an Exeter wellbeing Instagram
The Exeter University Student Guild’s DVP Wellbeing, Lizzie Connick, discusses the launch of a new Instagram wellbeing page. What is ‘FeelingOurWay’? It is an Instagram page promoting mental wellness and positivity on campus. The aim of the page is to encourage a desire to feel content and at peace with the fact that things can […]