Print Editor Kamila Bell reports on the evacuation of Streatham campus as an unexploded bomb has been reported nearby.
The university has commented on the cancellation of the Rowancroft to Streatham coach service. The service, which connected the St. Luke’s-adjacent accommodation and Streatham campus, closed this academic year. A University spokesperson stated: “For a short period the university operated a coach service between Rowancroft and the Streatham campus. “This academic year there are fewer […]
Scarlett Parr-Reid, Science Print Editor, interviews Medical Imaging lecturer Julie Mills, the organiser of the latest A Pint Sized Conversation performance at Exeter, as well as Dylan Frankland, director and actor and Ferdinand Boucher, medicine student at Exeter who attended the performance.
The University of Exeter has secured government funding to enable it to train an additional 88 Medicine undergraduate students, taking the total number of students from 130 to 218. This comes after a consultation and competitive bid process which saw 2,400 applications for 1,000 new medical training places across England. Exeter was awarded 73 students […]
The University of Exeter: probably the best university campus in the world. Well, probably not, but it’s still pretty good. Studying abroad, especially where the ground is covered in snow eight months of the year, has made me appreciate Exeter’s very green campus. We all know about our outstanding tree to student ratio, see our […]
The distribution of library funding between the two Exeter campuses is substantially unequal, according to a recent Freedom of Information request. The investigation looked into both the physical and electronic availability of library resources. A request submitted by Exeposé found that the library at St. Luke’s received 89 per cent less funding than the Streatham […]