Paige Insalaco discusses the increasing publication and popularity of non-fiction books.
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ariane Joudrey, explores the Barbican’s recent art exhibition, AI: More Than Human.
In a landmark moment for the Me Too movement, Oprah Winfrey used her Cecil B. DeMille Award acceptance speech to declare that “for too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dare speak the truth to the power of those men. But their time is up”. To rapturous applause, Winfrey captured the […]
We live in a consumer-driven society with a rapid cyclic need to constantly upgrade our stuff and ourselves, and with the new year behind us, gyms are packed and our days start with a new sense of desire to become better versions of ourselves. But inevitably, we fall into our old ways within weeks, if […]
Psychologist Dr James Anderson and his associates looked into whether animals – dogs and monkeys – were capable of identifying anti-social behaviour, and in the process have found a mechanism by which basic morality can form. In their investigation they made dogs observe three actors who played the following characters: a struggler, a potential helper, […]
All the glitz and glam of Strictly is coming to Exeter for one night only! Read on to make sure that you don’t miss out on finding out about the most glamorous competition of the year! Stars of your favourite AU Societies will be under the spotlight as they perform a routine with their ‘professional’ […]
probably didn’t come into Imy own regarding feminism and activism until I came to university. But since I’ve been here, I’ve realised that its more important than ever to keep on challenging perceptions, in a time when society seems increasingly confused about how to view my sexuality and my expression of it. I am a […]
You may not have heard of Exeter University’s Breakdance Society. But you’ve probably passed by the gang of students in the Forum, spinning on their heads late at night. If you were here last year, you will have seen us at PHAT, the hip hop night at Cavern, taking the stage by storm. home to […]
The Islamic Society at Exeter University are hosting Charity Week 2016, an annual week of events inspired by the work of Islamic Relief UK. The society will be hosting various activities from the 31 October – 6 November, including cake stalls, henna, FIFA tournaments, a Bake-Off evening and a charity dinner at the end of […]
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 […]