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‘There is hope for recovery’: An Investigation into Exeter’s Eating Disorder...

In 2016, Hannah Butler was in her final year of university. An Exeposé Editor recently returned from her year abroad, she was on the...

‘Allelujah!’ Review by Alan Bennett

"Heaven is like Heathrow airport, there's bound to be a VIP lounge." Alan Bennett is back with his new play, 'Allelujah!', playing at the Bridge...

The issue with blood donor restrictions

Save a life. Give blood. Unless you're HIV positive, you’ve had a tattoo or piercing in the past 4 months, you’re on antibiotics, or...

An interview with Larry Sanders

(Note: This interview was conducted before Hillary Clinton secured enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination) While he may be better known as the elder...

Election Day: An interview with Andrew R. T. Davies – Leader...

Andrew Davies is an old-fashioned kind of conservative: a farmer’s son, in politics to practice what he preaches. He saw something wrong with government...

The Student Health Centre – Worth the wait

Given the growth in student numbers at the University of Exeter, it was perhaps inevitable that we would end up waiting a bit longer...

Junior doctors strike in Exeter

Y esterday saw junior doctors gather in Exeter city centre as part of the nationwide junior doctors strike, a first in forty years. The strike lasted...

Death by privatisation? – The future of the NHS

Cast your minds back to the summer of 2012. London was the host city of the Olympics games, and Danny Boyle's opening ceremony was set...
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