Georgia Shepherd explores the role of the media in today’s society.
In the wake of the furore around Harry and Meghan Chloe Pumares asks whether or not the royals should be given as much attention when climate change, Trump and other more pressing stories are ignored.
Lianna Tosetti examines the damaging stereotypes directed towards certain mental illnesses What are your first thoughts when someone mentions mental health? Does it make you cringe with discomfort? Or is it something you can relate to and openly talk about? Either way, awareness of mental health has been on the rise in modern society, with […]
Catherine Loyd dissects the racist narratives that have emerged around the Corona Virus and links it to the racism that emerged around Ebola.
Amelia Gregory discusses the responses to the art world being mediated by the Instagram experience The question to post or not to post is a common struggle in modern society, this dispute is particularly prominent within the realm of Instagram and art. As a self-confessed Instagram enthusiast, I must admit that you would not have […]
Print Science Editor, Scarlett Parr-Reid, discusses whether the media should be allowed to typecast superheroes and cartoon villains in their narratives.
Online Features Editor Bryan Knight Interviews Baroness Floella Benjamin on Race, ‘Playschool’, and her extraordinary career as a public figure.
Issy Murray questions why tabloids and other British media outlets seem to be unfairly targeting Meghan Markle, especially in the wake of her new ITV interview.
Features editors William Harrop and Bryan Knight interview award-winning investigative journalist Nick Davies about his phone-hacking report, Rupert Murdoch, and the threat of fake news. On a bright Friday afternoon at the end of March, Nick Davies, the multi-award-winning journalist sat down for an interview with Exeposé Features. Davies was in Exeter to deliver a talk […]
On the 8th of November, during the post-midterm election news Conference, an altercation took place between CNN reporter, Jim Acosta and the US president Donald Trump. Jim Acosta challenged the president about his statement during his campaign on the migrant caravan being an “invasion” and about a campaign advert showing migrants climbing over a wall. […]