Evie Marshall discusses how to care for yourself while achieving your goals, both as a student and an activist.
Amidst big promises from Boris Johnson and other government figures on the environment in the aftermath of COP26, Katie Jones examines the government’s own environmental policies to see if they’re up to scratch.
Sophie Porteous discusses the habits we should maintain after the pandemic is over
It can be difficult to balance life and work, especially, when everything is done from our same 4 walls. Lockdown can be tough, but Jessica offers the best remedy for keeping one’s spirits high: the greenery all around us. If you’re lucky enough to find yourself at Exeter, Devon is a never ending playground of landscapes, and if not, there’s always a green place to be discovered at home.
Esmé Tilling contextualises the pandemic in line with the natural world, and offers guidance to how we can avoid a crisis on the same level again.
Eveline Vouillemin reviews The Lost Words exhibition at the RAMM focusing on its enveloping appreciation of nature in a world that is increasingly neglecting it From 19 October through to 12 January, the RAMM in Exeter will be home to ‘The Lost Words’, an exhibition dedicated to rediscovering the splendour of the natural world. The […]
Now that exams are over, chances are you’re spending less time shuﬄing up Forum Hill and more time sunning on the beach in Exmouth. Rightly so – school’s out for summer and there are at least three months before you’ll need to be back on campus again! In the meantime, though, campus is in full […]
In what will be a ‘re-leaf’ for many students, timber from the toppled historical Reed Hall tree will be made into a commemorative seat and table on campus. The iconic leaning Monterey pine, which was brought over from California in the 1830s and thought to be one of the original plantings in the UK, fell overnight in the […]