Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro looks at how Romain Grosjean miraculously survived his horrific accident at the Bahrain GP.
Foreign Correspondent in Germany, Rupali Naik, shares her experience and gives important advice on how to stay safe when on your own.
Whether you’re a fresher or in final year, a new year in Exeter always provides an excuse to celebrate. But surrounding all the fun and booze you’re bound to have, the issue, whilst on socials or with friends, is safety. Here in Exeter, crime rates are incredibly low in comparison to other university cities, but […]
O ver half of students who responded to an Exeposé survey stated that they had experienced or witnessed aggression from bouncers whilst living in Exeter. Of these students, 71 per cent said that they believed the force used was ‘unnecessary’ or ‘excessive’. Nearly three quarters of the incidents reported occurred within the last year. The […]
Student loan not quite cutting it? Mum and Dad refusing to fund your VK habit? There is an easy way to make cash that’s been staring you right in the face all summer: passport theft. There are many reasons why passport theft can be extremely profitable. The chip embedded in a passenger’s passport can hold […]
Following a recent statement made by a Warwick student, the record needs to be set straight on consent. George Lawlor sparked controversy when he complained about consent lessons that he explained were ‘the biggest insult I’ve received in a good few years’. Having felt personally victimised to such an extent he posed for a picture […]
A n Exeter student was ‘grabbed’ by a stranger walking home during Freshers’ Week, it has been revealed. Speaking anonymously, the fourth year student told Exeposé she had left her workplace in town at 2 am to walk home on 17 September. She noticed a stranger following her on Old Tiverton Road, continuing until she […]
Alice Lynch addresses an important concern for travellers worldwide that’s rarely talked about… With the holidays fast approaching, many of us will be planning to escape the British ‘summertime’ to seek adventure, whether it’s travelling, studying abroad, or that long-awaited gap year for soon-to-be graduates. Any of these can expose you to new adventures and […]