Several students have voiced their anger and dismay regarding Individual Learning Plans (ILPs) no longer counting as evidence for mitigation. This year the University has given all students four self-certified one week extensions which require no mitigation forms or evidence, and unlimited self-certified extensions for students with ILPs. However, it appears the system has changed […]
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MP Jacob Rees-Mogg was applauded for stating at an Exeter University Conservative Association and Guild approved event on Friday 22 October that he was “proud,” of Britain’s colonial past. This came alongside Rees-Mogg’s decision to not to comment on an audience member’s use of ‘LGBT’ as an insult.
Students have experienced a lack of consistency from the University of Exeter regarding online and in-person teaching co-existing depending on the department. Some people are experiencing both types of teaching. A Registrar email was sent out on 25 August to update all students on how University teaching would be conducted this year. Safety measures that […]
Following Fresher’s Week, we sat down with Guild’s VP of Opportunities Izzy Harrison to talk societies, COVID-19 and the impacts of the commercial transfer on student employability. É: So obviously Freshers’ week has just passed and everything is starting to settle down a bit. How did you think the first few weeks of university have […]