How can societies survive an uncertain future of continual restriction? Sophie Pourteous discusses the future of these cherished groups.
IN a 2016 survey conducted by The Tab, the University of Exeter ranked as number 16 in a list of the UK’s heaviest-drinking universities. This ranking may easily have changed by now, but there is still no disputing that out of roughly 150 universities across the UK, Exeter is certainly up there as having some […]
Content warning: this article refers to incidents of anti-Semitism and racism. One of my first memories of Freshers Week was finding out about the infamous white t-shirt social, which injected much more fascism into my fledgling undergraduate life than I expected. If you aren’t aware of the story, last year the Snowsports Society organised a night […]
Nerf society is a relatively new society, founded in 2013. We grew to over 100 members in 2014 and we now have over 120. This extremely rapid growth was our first major financial challenge, as suddenly our events were four times larger, dwarfing the scope of our initial start-up funds. However, there were larger financial […]