Deputy Editor, Neha Shaji discusses autobiographical literature and its often political nature.
Soundtrack to Our Lives
Exeposé Music writers share their stories of significant songs in their lives.
Freshers fair: Decisions, decisions
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 […]
Editorial: Johnny for VP
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 […]
In retrospect: David Bowie’s ★
When Bowie covered Ronnie Spector’s ‘Try Some, Buy Some’ on 2003’s Reality, he simultaneously traversed his own mythology and the Wall of Sound fabled by Ronnie’s late husband. His fixation with texturing often incredibly dense and provocative instrumentation continued over a ten year synapse to The Next Day, to be been lucidly resurrected again in […]
Are student ideas becoming a big joke?
In the past week or so, the Student Idea’s page on the Guild website has suddenly experienced a massive increase in interest concerning what should or should not be brought to the Guild Council and/or become a Change Agent. The reason behind this stems from the publication of a rather controversial Idea, that being, to […]