Crossing Boundaries with Music Georgia goes through her time in Spain and says how the mix of international music tastes really made her year worthwhile! Nothing can touch the gift that music has to bring people together, which is something I experienced more than ever during my placement year in Seville. I lived in a […]
Devon Buried: Totnes
Devon Buried: Totnes Incoming international student, Ness Kasumyan, explores the surrounding areas of Exeter and Devon. In her first article for Exepose, she tackles Totnes! In a state of post-pandemic panic, at once eager to pursue my dreams and terrified of making the wrong choices, it took me months to decide I was moving to […]
Olivia Richards explores how to make the most of another summer spent close to home
Open borders: Chris Whitty on Covid-19 and international travel
Floris de Bruin explains Chris Whitty’s statement that regulating international border control in the long- term is an unsustainable option.
A Day Trip to Barnard Castle?
Lifestyle Print Editor Georgia Shepherd discusses the top spots to visit in Twitter-trending Barnard Castle
Home is where the heart is: A year abroad in Florida cut short
Home is where the heart is: a year abroad in Florida cut short Henry Jordan, Foreign Correspondent in Florida, gives a heartfelt insight into his curtailed year-abroad experience I was recently lucky enough to spend 7 months doing a study-abroad program at the University of South Florida in Tampa. For those unaware, Tampa is about […]
The Dakar Rally 2019: Is it being left in the dust?
Under the radar of many, from the 6th to the 17th of January, more than 500 participants from 61 countries endured the 41st edition of the largest rally in the world, the Dakar (formerly the Paris-Dakar Rally). Despite being named after the capital of Senegal, the Dakar has taken place in South America since 2009 […]
Christmas, the Danish way: what it’s like to be in the capital of ‘hygge’ at the cosiest time of the year
Cycling through Copenhagen on my route home from classes, I have keenly observed the progression of Christmas-market-construction and the steady putting-up of the Christmas lights around the city as we entered the festive season. On my way home, as the daylight ebbs away, I see the comforting amber glow of filament light bulbs and candles […]
Exploring Europe by Train
11 cities. 9 students. 1 ½ days in each city. At first glimpse, this sounds like an amazing, if not intimidating journey; and whilst this is true, the trip was also not without its downsides. Leaving my hometown on the 1st July 2017 for the first leg of my journey to Brussels was one […]
Morocco Travel Guide
Fancy immersing yourself into the heart of Moroccan culture but not sure how to go about organising it? Why don’t you consider volunteering out there! This previous summer, I spent a few weeks out in Morocco volunteering with Uber Volunteers (and no, it has nothing to do with the taxi company). We spent time volunteering […]