With fees and debt climbing and the graduate job market tightening, Clemence Smith interrogates whether or not university is still worth the price of admission.
University of Exeter students have responded to the no-disadvantage guarantee with disappointment, confusion and a touch of humour.
Student open letter to Vice-Chancellor disputes absence of non-detriment policy to protect students Students at the University of Exeter have written an open letter to Vice-Chancellor Prof. Lisa Roberts to dispute the University’s decision not to introduce a no detriment policy. The open letter as of the 12th of November has 959 signatures. The open […]
Student’s Guild announces major changes In a statement released on 25 August 2020, the Guild revealed major changes to happen this year. Following negotiations with Sunday Blake, Guild President) and Liv Harvey, Vice President Activities, the University of Exeter has agreed to add £400,000 to the Guild’s annual block grant, which is the largest monetary […]
CW: Sexual Assault A 31-year-old man has been charged with an alleged rape near Lafrowda. He has also been charged with a second sex assault in the city. Gheorge Mihai Bertlef has been charged with rape and attempted rape on St. German’s Road, following a report of a serious sexual assault near the University on […]
Online Features Editor Bryan Knight Interviews Ruby Granger to discuss her meteoric rise as a Study Tuber.
I may have decided to write this article in the midst of an exam related breakdown, which perhaps gives a good idea of how I’m feeling about my first-year exams. This is the first year since GCSEs, that my exams don’t ‘count’ for anything and finding the motivation to revise through that is excruciating. It’s […]
For an ‘Exetah’ student, summer is the main event of the year. With impulsive trips to Bali, copious amounts of fake tan to even out those bikini lines, and thousands of veggie gluten-free burgers on the barbecue in every Surrey back garden. However, for those without trust funds summer is more a test of endurance […]
This article exists thanks to the tireless efforts of Exeposé’s research team, who, through various investigative reports and lab experiments, have identified the most stereotypically Exeter person enrolled at the university. His name is Gideon Brentwick-Chatsworth and we have managed to get a hold of his Summer diary, which we can exclusively publish here. […]
Forewarning: none of this is groundbreaking; most of this you will have heard before, but in these “times of trouble”, let me be your “Mother Mary”, and speak some “words of wisdom”. 1. Start revising early: Both within the time leading up to exams and, more specifically, within each day you have to revise. This […]