Deputy Editor, Neha Shaji discusses autobiographical literature and its often political nature.
The arrival of January 2018 marks almost a year since Donald Trump was inaugurated as 45th US President, an event that occurred on 20th January 2017, with Mike Pence being appointed as Vice-President. The whole world was in utter disbelief at the time that a man with his views and actions could firstly be chosen […]
I’d been dreading this move for weeks. It’s directly in line with everything we know about Trump and the incompetence he’s surrounded himself with, so I’m not surprised to hear that President Trump has fired the head of the FBI, James Comey. The White House press has been vigorously engaging itself in vain attempts to […]
Has Donald Trump made America great again? One hundred days into his presidency, this is the question we should be asking. The man who rode into the White House on powerful promises and inflammatory rhetoric has arguably had enough time now to enact his major pledges, especially given that he assured his supporters during the […]
J January is always a month that is stressful for students. You soon realise that you did absolutely no work over Christmas and that you have numerous imminent essays and exams that make up an unnervingly large proportion of your degree. As well as that, there are housing arrangements to sort out for the next […]
You may not have heard of Exeter University’s Breakdance Society. But you’ve probably passed by the gang of students in the Forum, spinning on their heads late at night. If you were here last year, you will have seen us at PHAT, the hip hop night at Cavern, taking the stage by storm. home to […]
MONDAY Kanye releases his campaign slogan: “Four, five seconds to change the world.” Later that day, Justin Timberlake publicly expresses his anger that it rips off his ‘4 minutes’ hit with Madonna. Timberlake is fuming. The two already have a patchy relationship after Kanye called him out for crying a river at the 2013 Grammys. […]
Today is a dark day for video games. President of Nintendo Satoru Iwata has passed away at the age of 55. The statement Nintendo issued is short, and sad: “Nintendo Co., Ltd. deeply regrets to announce that President Satoru Iwata passed away on July 11, 2015 due to a bile duct growth.” Where does one […]