Students and university staff from Exeter for Palestine call for the University to be held accountable for their role in Israeli state violence.
Lockdown and Out- A Fragile Consensus
Emma Newson explores the politics of the second national lockdown, which has proven to be far more controversial than the first.
Kyoto University’s Yoshida Dormitory: Students Living in Protest
Foreign Correspondent Editor, Maddie Baker, explores why the oldest dormitory on Kyoto University campus is protesting to protect its very existence.
Hong Kong and pro-China students protest on campus
Hong Kong students and allies protested perceived unfair treatment of Hong Kong by the Chinese government outside the Forum on Tuesday, 1 October. Students were shortly joined by pro-mainland China counter-protesters and the two groups faced off in front of the Forum for at least an hour. The two groups exchanged chants before being asked […]
What’s representation without support?
Considering that fact that most Indian national students spent about three months getting all our documents ready for a visa and poring over procedure, we’d not easily fall for phone calls demanding money and threatening deportation. But the fact that we received one of those phone calls is the problem, really. We know that “this […]
Are academics safe at Exeter?
On the evening of 24th October Dr Yaron Brook, the American-Israeli entrepreneur and director of the Ayn Rand Institute, was scheduled to deliver a talk entitled ‘Free Speech and the Survival of Western Culture’ in the Peter Chalk Centre. Before Dr Brook even had a chance to speak students supporting Palestine took turns to stage protests […]