Sophie Stoakes weighs in on the success rate of New Year’s Resolutions I love New Year’s Resolutions. The new year, and in this case new decade, brings with it the promise of a fresh start and a renewed sense of optimism and positivity; the sky is the limit with possibilities on what you could achieve […]
Issy Murray explores new research which indicates having your in-laws over during the Christmas period can negatively affect your mental health.
Maria Goddard reflects on The Perks of Being a Wallflower’s treatment of toxic masculinity and gender conformity.
Aakruthi Karri discusses her thoughts on the recent World Mental Health day On 10th October, many countries celebrate good mental health as well as raising awareness of the various issues. These not only include depression and its symptoms, but those disorders relating to stress and anxiety. An example would be: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). […]
Scarlett Parr-Reid, Science Print Editor, interviews Medical Imaging lecturer Julie Mills, the organiser of the latest A Pint Sized Conversation performance at Exeter, as well as Dylan Frankland, director and actor and Ferdinand Boucher, medicine student at Exeter who attended the performance.
Paige Insalaco discusses the increasing publication and popularity of non-fiction books.
Elinor Jones gives a run down on the pros and cons of pushing a dieting culture on children and worries about what it could mean for the future.
Online Lifestyle Editor, Amy Butterworth, explores her relationship with alcohol and muses on drinking in moderation My relationship with alcohol has been an awfully long and winding passage, much comparable to the swirly straw you always hope to get with your piña colada (just me?) However, my alcohol experience now leaves me with a bitter […]
Fenton Christmas explains what it’s like being a student from a low income background and how the university fails to address the impacts inequality can have on less affluent students’ studies.
The number of students accessing counselling support at the university has more than doubled in recent years, Exeposé has found. Figures released under freedom of information laws show that 369 students accessed such sessions in the academic year 2017/18, compared with 144 students in 2016/17 and 168 students in 2015/16. The figures also show a […]