Howard Winsten-Korver examines and rejects the guilt that can emerge from feeling the need to be productive at all times.
Just two Exeter students out of 6,000 tested positive for COVID in pre-Christmas tests Just two Exeter students tested positive for Covid-19 out of more than 6,000 students tested before going home for Christmas. These figures are vastly different from those in October, when the Pennsylvania and University area of Exeter was the seventh highest […]
Sophie Porteous explores the possible shortcomings of the UK government’s proposed plan for students in December so they can travel home for Christmas.
Lianna Tosetti reflects on perspective, uncertainty and hope in a time of crisis.
William Thornton writes on how Orpheus is the perfect piece of isolation escapism.
Max Ingleby suggests watching Oldboy in order to forget about the troubles of the world.
Many new students who come to university feel painfully dislocated from their familiar home. For me going to university never felt as if it was a conscious decision; I just found myself, like many others, just drifting towards what felt like the next natural step lying for me at the end of the summer holiday […]