Rebecca Bowsher explores the panic master’s phenomenon and why students might be deciding to extend their studies.
Several former Ram employees have come forward to express their anger and frustration at the alleged mismanagement of the University’s on-campus pub since it was transferred from Guild ownership in Autumn 2020. Talking to Exeposé, several former employees presented a series of damning allegations that ranged from poor hygiene to replacement of student staff with […]
The University and students have expressed disapproval of hazing and extreme drinking culture in clubs. A University of Exeter spokesperson says, “Initiation ceremonies at Exeter were banned in 2007 following the tragic death of an individual student.” Initiation ceremonies at Exeter were banned in 2007 following the tragic death of an individual student.” An anonymous […]
Whether you’re a humanities student or not, deciphering academic essays is challenging at the best of times. One can easily be overwhelmed by the amount of information available and the often dense writing style. Jessica Holifield shares her top tips for tackling secondary resources and how to use them to your advantage.
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, talks to Jessica Bains-Lovering about balancing student life with striking for Fridays for Future Exeter Meet Exeter University’s Jessica Bains-Lovering: Human Geography student by day, climate striker by night. As Fresher’s Week rolls around, she isn’t worrying about which sport club to join or where the biggest club night will […]
In his book Shane O’Sullivan, more commonly known as Jack the Hat, explores true stories of locals and university students alike persuading the reader to enter the what he calls “the Exeter bubble”. Jack’s taxi cab metamorphoses into a different, safer space from a counselling office to a football team meeting, to a café catch […]
The perks of being an intern I write this after sending, most likely, one of my last emails to my employer. A one-month paid internship, secured through the University, meant a new phone and a new LinkedIn connection. Vanity aside, an internship provided me with a plethora of opportunities that, in my view, supersedes the […]
BEING away from home and being at university is at first a strange feeling, one that definitely takes getting used to. I felt this especially in the first year, as all of us probably did. You’re in a new place, you don’t really know what’s going on or where anything is. Now being in my […]
REWIND to my first year – I’m in the Ram. I have 2,000 words to produce in the next few hours, but here I am, pretending otherwise. “First year doesn’t count,” I chant to myself, repeating the mantra in a pathetic attempt to validate my poor judgement. “Start your essay,” my only friend with half a brain recommends. So I do. Pint in […]
As students at Exeter University in 2018, it seems bizarre that for over 100 years now students have been driving the locals mad and trudging up Forum Hill. Exeposé recently reached its 30th anniversary, but looking back even that far seems completely alien. It’s hard to picture hand-writing an essay without Google or being able […]