University of Exeter unveils new accommodation development plans The University of Exeter have announced plants to demolish Clydesdale, Nash Grove and Birks Grange refectory accommodation and replace them with new self-catered student flats to house 1,500 students. In addition to student accommodation, ancillary services such as a shop and café will be built. The plans […]
Plans revealed for mass COVID testing of 50,000 students on return to campus Prior to the third national lockdown, the University of Exeter announced plans to test all students for coronavirus on their return to campus for the start of the new term. Plans for mass testing had been agreed at a Team Devon Local […]
While it is not compulsory, the University of Exeter has advised students to take a Coronavirus test before travelling home for winter break.
Exeter is the 10th most Instagrammable university in UK The University of Exeter beats the University of Manchester and the University of Lincoln to become the tenth most Instagrammable university in the whole of the UK. Based on data analysed by The Knowledge Academy, the University has been tagged at least 78,608 times on Instagram […]
Exeter Northcott Theatre’s lack of funding puts student jobs at risk Exeter Northcott Theatre’s application for emergency funding amid the COVID-19 pandemic has been rejected, making redundancies likely for over 50 per cent of its staff. The theatre applied for financial support from Art Council England’s COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund, but the appeal was rejected […]
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams interviews Jack Holliday of Echo Hotel about their first single and their upcoming music.
On Monday 15th of January, Raise and Give society (RAG) and Mind Your Head society hosted a charity event to support Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary. The event? Donkeys on campus. The outside of the University of Exeter forum became host to Wonky and Willow, two donkeys whose presence was aimed at collecting money for therapy work […]
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 […]
Exeter’s main campus could be about to expand even further after plans were submitted for new on-campus student residences this week. If Exeter City council approves the plans – which outline residences to be built at East Park, on Streatham campus, for around 1,300 students – the new accommodation will be completed for September 2019. […]
TIME out programme, set up by the Students’ Guild to ease stress, has received mixed reviews from students – while one argues the stress-relief scheme should be extended to St Luke’s campus. This exam season saw a reintroduction of a nap room on Streatham, following its success in February’s Mental Health Awareness week. From 2-13 […]