The University of Exeter has pioneered the development of an online therapy that reduces the incidence of depression and anxiety in young people.
Online Arts and Literature Editor, Ariane Joudrey, discusses the different platforms of online literature communities.
Whether you’re a fashion guru always repping the latest trends, someone who rolls out of bed and throws on the first top and pair of jeans they can find, or fall somewhere between these two extremes of the ‘fashion’ spectrum, the pull of the fashion industry affects us all in some way. But how often […]
Marvel’s Netflix series have long been the moodier and more stylish cousins in the MCU family, and latest outing Iron Fist is no exception. Blasting Outkast’s ‘So Fresh, So Clean’ and pointedly wearing no shoes, it is clear from the very first scene that newest family addition Iron Fist lives up to Netflix’s slick production […]
Exeter Embraces are two words I hope are on everyone’s lips by the end of the year. What is Exeter Embraces I hear you say? It is a movement set up by Adelaide-born Erasmus student Harriet Iles. Its aim? Encourage Exeter students (that does include you too, boys) to uphold the values of body diversity, […]
A fter a long, slow summer, having received your results and successfully made it to Exeter, your inaugural week of moving into halls, settling in, attending taster sessions and predictably messy nights out is about to begin. At the end of it all, there’s the long-awaited Freshers’ Fair, where you sign your soul away to […]
The Glorious Art House One of Exeter’s best kept secrets, The Glorious Art House is tucked away out of sight at the bottom of Fore Street. Combining a range of amazing cakes and lunches with vibrant decor, it’s definitely worth a visit. Perfect for: A catch-up with a few friends. Lifestyle recommends: A Glorious Hot […]
Beyoncé has returned with a new PR-driven project; woven within the enclaves of phony populism, the politicisation of the grief of newly sonless black families, and apparently, the long-suffering emotions of a woman scorned. With that, allow me to douse scorn all over her new album. Much like the aftermath of her Super Bowl performance in February, I waited for the […]
The core gameplay of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege is truly, properly excellent. It combines all the best bits of the classic search-and-destroy gametype (attackers vs. defenders, close quarters, no respawns) and adds a massive layer of tactical depth on top of that with the addition of special skills, gadgets and destructible environments. It’s a […]
We’ve got down and dirty this week – aren’t we givers. After months of planning, Sexeposé is ﬁnally a reality. We ran a sexual health survey and it banged. Whilst a bit of cheeky action in the bedroom is all fun and games, our survey did throw up a few problematic stats – namely that […]