Jess Calcutt discusses the lack of spending on women’s art and how it may, or may not, change in the future.
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 […]