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Term 3: not a waste of money

If I had a pound for every time someone told me what a ‘waste of money’ Term 3 is, I’d be earning just as...

Thank Corbyn for the Youth’s Political Resurrection, not Tuition Fee Promises.

Thursday 8th June 2017. Was this the day that the youth made their voices heard within the political world? Was this the first time...

TEF and Tuition Fees Debate

The University will be hosting a debate between Amatey Doku, NUS Vice President, and Exeter Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Steve Smith. The two will debate...

Labour Manifesto Pledges to Scrap Tuition Fees

Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn has announced plans to scrap further education tuition fees and to bring back maintenance grants for university...

Students call on Vice Chancellor to help refugees

Students are pressuring Vice Chancellor Sir Steve Smith to support the national ‘Equal Access’ campaign at the University – which would allow students seeking asylum...

Should We Be Angry About Maintenance Cuts?

Student debt, two words that I’m sure make most of you physically recoil, will soon take on even more monstrous proportions for students from...

The Controversy Column: should Humanities degrees be cheaper?

Earlier this week one of my history seminars was cut short; our Professor let us leave 40 minutes early from a two-hour session, one...

Students willing to pay £23k uni fees, survey says

Students would be willing to pay up to £23,000 in annual tuition fees, a new survey has revealed. When asked the maximum they would be...

University Vice–Chancellor’s All Student Talk: Five things we learnt

On Thursday 26 November, The Students' Guild hosted a talk from University of Exeter Vice-Chancellor Sir Steve Smith open to all students to attend....
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