Jess Calcutt discusses the lack of spending on women’s art and how it may, or may not, change in the future.
What could I buy with £9,250? I couldn’t buy a car, but considering my lack of a license and the small insignificant detail of having failed my test four times, I’m okay with that. I couldn’t buy a house, but who the heck can nowadays? But I could buy my course books, El Balneario and La […]
To my mind, little else better sums up what it means to be wealthy than the poem ‘Money’ by Philip Larkin. It begins: Quarterly, is it, money reproaches me: ‘Why do you let me lie here wastefully? I am all you never had of goods and sex. You could get them still by writing a […]
Students are under the kosh again, as Osborne’s “earn or learn” Budget promises become a reality. Last week, Parliament voted to scrap student maintenance grants in favour of a loan system which will come into eﬀect from September 2016. We lead this issue looking into the implications for Exeter students – over 3000 are in their […]