The summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro ended with 65 groundbreaking Olympic records and 19 world records from some of the world’s most elite athletes. However, the glory of the Olympic torch can be a seductive illusion for many nations, as Brazil came to realise. Preparations for the Rio Olympics had been faced with ongoing controversies, […]
#TheUKDecides: A non-UK perspective on the referendum
The effectiveness of the European Union (EU) has been a politically-controversial topic ever since the formation of the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1958. Initially, there was a desire for economic integration between member states that were geographically located within Europe. However, as the membership of the EEC expanded, so did its agenda. Ultimately, the […]
Silent Forum sit-in in solidarity with Syria
Parliament voted to launch bombing raids against Islamic State in Syria last Wednesday 2 December, however the decision faced opposition from MPs themselves who voted against the motion but also from the general public. In light of the NUS’ unanimous vote against this proposal, many students organised protests against the bombing. Exeter’s local MP – Ben […]
Exeter support for refugees – in pictures
You can find out more about the event by reading Online News Editor Elise Metcalfe’s new story. All the images here are the work of Exeposé’s photographer Natasa Christofidou. Natasa’s photographs were also featured in Devon’s Sunday Independent. The the local newspaper used them for the front page of their pull-out.