The Unspoken Mental Health Pandemic Affecting Students Ryan Sprules writes about the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on students’ mental health. The mental toll of the student struggle against Coronavirus has yet to receive such its share of attention; This is not meant to be some sort of competition of which one poses the greater […]
Online Editor, Maddie Baker, interviews two international students staying in Exeter over the Christmas break. They both explain how they usually spend the festive period and give advice to other international students away from home at Christmas.
Exeposé talks to Windriders Vice President and Welfare Officer, Matt Fordham about isolation, mental health and responsibilities of committee.
Lianna Tosetti reflects on perspective, uncertainty and hope in a time of crisis.
Foreign Correspondent in Germany, Emma Wallace, explores in detail how you can deal with loneliness on your year abroad and gives examples of her and her friends’ strategies to overcome these “study abroad blues”.
New research into loneliness developed by academics at a number of universities, including the University of Exeter, has revealed that 16 to 24 year olds experience the most loneliness compared to any other age group. BBC Radio 4 conducted the survey and released the results which claims that 40% of 16 to 24 year olds […]
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 […]
John Lewis’ 2015 Christmas advert was released earlier this month, and it certainly wasn’t without the elements that have become the epitome of the brand’s festive season campaigns. A delicate voice, an emotive song, a tastefully-decorated family home – no-one can deny that 2015’s advert has all the makings of a John Lewis Christmas. Except, […]