Matthew Bowden sets out why any film-loving Exeter student should check out the upcoming Cornwall Film Festival
On 13 October, South West in Bloom, one of 18 competitions that make up Britain in Bloom announced that InExeter’s bid won a Gold award.
Elen Johnston explains the effects of the heatwave on the landscape and infrastructure of Devon in the hottest summer on record and considers the future of rising temperatures due to climate change.
Print News Editor Chloe Pumares and Print Editor Bryony Gooch report on the growing proportion of private school students at the University of Exeter and what is being done to widen participation and outreach.
“We were sat hungover in a pub, in Camden and with a flippant comment about my hangover ‘Moody Will’ was formed… I later came up with ‘the Roll’ when listening to a Keith Richards interview. ‘The Roll’ refers to the rhythm, space and bounce that Rock and Roll should get if it is played correctly.” […]
The speed everyone walks in Parliament must be at least five times the average pace. Or at least this is what it feels like when three-hundred MPs are thundering past from Portcullis House on their way to the Houses of Parliament to cast their votes for the snap election. It was amongst this hectic flurry […]
Students from the University of Exeter Medical School have launched a new health research journal alongside peers from Bristol, Cardiff and Plymouth. The ‘INSPIRE Student Health Sciences Research Journal’ features original research by students undertaken in world class facilities. The journal is produced by a team of student editors from the four universities and is […]