Kate Hall writes about the government’s innovative suggestion for students to save on energy costs.
Lucy Aylmer, Deputy Editor, reviews EUTCO’s Ideation ahead of their Edinburgh Fringe debut
Livia Cockerell discusses Netflix’s satirical film Don’t Look Up in relation to the ongoing climate crisis, asking if satire has historically made a difference and if it can now.
If you were to read the opening paragraph of my personal statement – something which I would not recommend – you would come across something a bit like this: “I have always loved P.G. Wodehouse, and no matter how many times I read his novels, I find an unadulterated joy in his prose”. It’s pretty […]
Switch on the news today. Go on, just have a look. Any channel you can. See the visual onslaught of complicated graphics, bizarrely confrontational presentation styles and sensationalist lust that greets you. Some are maybe less subtle than others at it, but the underlying practices remain consistent across the board. Then go to YouTube, put […]
Steven Spielberg never saw this coming. Steven Spielberg wiping his glasses incredulously as he watches the trailers and sweats through his turtleneck. Steven Spielberg thinking about his filmic output over the past five years and regretting every single production. “A movie about a newspaper? Who gives a fuck. Ready player who? It’s just Avatar for […]
“I could do a hundred squats, but I’d get a pain in my spleen.” “I don’t think she’s really all that into drugs.” “No-one’s gonna come to my wedding…” “Short-term pain relief is the bomb.” “That’s the highest I’ve ever seen him.” “Yeah, he did it in a text.” “Do you ever, like, vomit straight […]
So, your exams are over, the English rain in July is getting you down, and the summer is stretching out in front of you, not an internship or productive experience in sight…what to do? How about that long-awaited InterRailling trip? A European city-break with the housemates? Aside from the fact that really, you ought to […]
This article exists thanks to the tireless efforts of Exeposé’s research team, who, through various investigative reports and lab experiments, have identified the most stereotypically Exeter person enrolled at the university. His name is Gideon Brentwick-Chatsworth and we have managed to get a hold of his Summer diary, which we can exclusively publish here. […]
Lots of Potter-loving children out there eagerly await the arrival of their 11th birthday, upon which they hope a large bearded man will burst into their house, mutilate their cousin, and whisk them away to a school that would only pass an Ofsted inspection because the inspector would get murdered by a troll before they […]