Protest and the Police Bill The government’s newly proposed Police and Crime Bill has caused shockwaves of outrage online, Anna Shaw discusses the bill’s potential repercussions. The newly proposed Police, Crime Sentencing and Courts Bill will assign more power to the police, particularly in regards to protests; allowing them to set noise limits, impose finish […]
Lifestyle Editor Millie Betts discusses the anxieties that many might be experiencing while restrictions continue to be lifted
Print Screen Editor Olivia Garrett details her experience of the Couch to 5K scheme, as someone who has felt the need to exercise out of necessity rather than choice, during the prolonged period of lockdowns.
Recent amendments to the domestic abuse bill will see threatening to share intimate photos criminalised, after concerns shown in the growing rates of such incidents. Anna Shaw discusses the change and importance of such a step for victims of abuse.
It can be difficult to balance life and work, especially, when everything is done from our same 4 walls. Lockdown can be tough, but Jessica offers the best remedy for keeping one’s spirits high: the greenery all around us. If you’re lucky enough to find yourself at Exeter, Devon is a never ending playground of landscapes, and if not, there’s always a green place to be discovered at home.
Sport for the uninitiated: Fitness when it seems futile Freddie Crawford discusses how Michael Jordan reignited his fitness journey and what he’s been doing to keep fit in lockdown As someone who throughout his first year concerned himself with, quite frankly, more convivial pursuits than self-imposed exercise, I feel I’m not quite at liberty to […]
Sport for the Uninitiated: Jumping for Joy Sophie Porteous talks about her fitness journey and the mental and physical benefits of getting active Exercise and I have never had a close relationship. Despite my first initial and last name literally combining to be ‘Sporteous’, I could not be further from that. I haven’t always completely […]
Eirwen Abberley Watton draws our attention towards an often ignored sub-genre – climate fiction – and the tangible impacts it has.
Jack Walton considers if gyms should have been kept open through the continued lockdowns seen in the United Kingdom.
University of Exeter extends student rent cancellation The University of Exeter has extended the cancellation of rent across all of its accommodation after being advised by the Department of Education that educational settings cannot reopen until 8 March at the earliest. Students who have not returned to their university-managed accommodation between 4 January and 8 […]