In Arts and Lit’s collaboration with Science, Print Science Editor, Elinor Jones, discusses the use of art galleries in psychiatric support.
Scarlett Reid, Print Science Editor thoughtfully discusses the myths that surround eating disorders and how to combat those stereotypes.
Only when coming to university did I discover I had a learning disability – no thanks to any seminar leaders or professors, but thanks to one of my best friends who has the same learning disability as I do, who recognised himself in me and urged me to seek a diagnosis. It affects a whole […]
The fire that destroyed Grenfell Tower happened just over a year ago. With many lives lost, a community survived. I would say it’s a community that is stronger than ever, but that would be to understate the lack of choice in that strength. And that, inevitably, it would have been a lot stronger without the […]
What actually is Nightline? This is a question we get asked often, usually in part to clarify confusion that we’re not involved with Exeter’s legendary night-life (a common and understandable mistake). It’s a question we’re always happy to answer, however, especially during the annual awareness week in November. Nightline is essentially a student listening service […]
Exeposé has been awarded the coveted Student Journalist of the Year award at the 2016 Virgin Money Giving Mind Media Awards. The award was presented to the paper by Jeremy Paxman and Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff on the 14th November at the Troxy Theatre. Mind commended Exeposé for “encouraging students at their university to seek help for […]
If there is one thing that I hear on a regular basis since being at Exeter, it is the constant groans and moans about working those leg muscles up cardiac hill or the distance from one lecture to another. Now, for someone who can’t walk long distances due to my disability and so has to […]
In the 2017 Exeter University Prospectus, students are greeted by the promise: “We are committed to attracting the best and brightest students and providing you with all the support and facilities you need to realise your potential”. This sentiment appears to offer hope and security to those wishing to fulfil further education, regardless of their […]
O n Monday October 24th, The Undergraduate Live Journal hosted a lecture by Dr. Yaron Brook titled ‘Free Speech and the battle for Western Culture’. Dr. Brook has been invited to Exeter University multiple times, including to speak about his book ‘Equal is Unfair’. Dr. Brook is an objectivist whose beliefs about the superiority of […]
The University of Exeter’s mitigation procedures have been accused of leaving students “in limbo”, with increasing concern being raised over their effectiveness. Numerous students have contacted Exeposé about their difficulties in gaining mitigation from coursework and exams-with one student’s photograph taken from his hospital bed moments before he was rushed into surgery labelled insufficient evidence […]