Afiqah Abdul Hamid shares her new lockdown hobby and suggests a change for the future to keep the ‘trend’ going.
How can societies survive an uncertain future of continual restriction? Sophie Pourteous discusses the future of these cherished groups.
Emma Newson explores the politics of the second national lockdown, which has proven to be far more controversial than the first.
As Sweden implements its first lockdown restrictions, Eirwen Abberley evaluates the country’s controversial strategy since the outset of the pandemic.
Screen Editor Olivia Garrett discusses the upcoming Coronavirus themed movie Songbird.
With England’s second national lockdown in place, it is more important than ever we are looking after and prioritising our mental health. For those who may be looking for more guidance on how to get through the lockdown, Jo Leyland offers some personal tips.
Exeter Christmas Market is cancelled The annual Exeter Christmas Market has been cancelled following the government’s announcement of a second lockdown in England. Exeter’s eighth Christmas Market, held on Cathedral Green, had been scheduled to run between 21 November and 19 December but the new restrictions mean it is no longer possible. Additional precautions were […]
Henry Jordan shares his favourite memories of lockdown gaming.
Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro reviews the return of the Gallagher Premiership, as Exeter Chiefs continued where they had left off before lockdown. 166 days after the last tackle was made in anger, Gallagher Premiership Rugby returned on Friday night and despite the game between Harlequins and Sale Sharks not exactly being a classic, it […]
Reopening of pubs leads to police dealing with ‘manic’ Saturday night in Exeter Police reportedly arrested seven people on ‘manic’ Saturday night of 18 July 2020, with the reopening of the pubs after lockdown being blamed. Incidents caused by alcohol, including fights, drunk drivers and intoxicated people, led to seven people being taken into Exeter Custody […]