Dr Joseph Lee, a senior lecturer in the Law School, has confirmed that he was the owner of the anti-racist poster that was vandalised in December last year. Dr Lee, who is BAME, identifies as an immigrant Asian academic. He discovered the vandalism upon returning to work on 5 December after the 2019 strike action […]
Jaysim Hanspal, Print Features Editor, review ‘Trojan Horse’.
Catherine Loyd dissects the racist narratives that have emerged around the Corona Virus and links it to the racism that emerged around Ebola.
Exeposé speaks to Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice Chancellor Education, about racist vandalism and whether his recent comments disrespected Exeter’s transgender community. When speaking to Professor Tim Quine, the University of Exeter’s Deputy Vice Chancellor for Education and perhaps one of the most powerful figures in the institution, you appreciate his unfiltered honesty. Our interview […]
Racist vandalism was reported at the Law School in December, prompting students to criticise the University of Exeter’s “clueless” response to racism on campus. Guild Officers have stated they were “disappointed” at being “not informed.”
Johnny Chern, Print Screen Editor, discusses the presence of anti-Semitism in both major political parties, giving Jews no clear option who to vote for.
Adam Robertson Charlton responds to the Chief Rabbi’s criticism of Corbyn. He invokes his own background to counter erasure of left-wing jews.
CW: racism Anonymous Facebook platform ExeHonestly has been criticised after posts relating to neo-Nazi memes were published yesterday, 3 November. One of the posts read: “People’s favourite number? Mine’s 1488”, making reference to the fourteen-word white supremacist slogan “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”. The phrase was […]
Issy Murray questions why tabloids and other British media outlets seem to be unfairly targeting Meghan Markle, especially in the wake of her new ITV interview.
After England’s most recent international was marred by yet more racist chanting, Print Screen Editor Jonathan Chern reflects on the cause and the complacent combat of football, sport and society’s entrenched issue.