Over the past five years, the number of academic misconduct cases has more than doubled in occurrence, Exeposé can reveal.
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Three students have been fined £200 each after Devon and Cornwall Police were called to end a party in Lafrowda on Saturday 9 January.
Reduced contact hours: “a kick in the teeth” After a week of schedules shifting and changing during Freshers’ Week, many students were confused after timetables finalised on 21 September displayed less contact hours than the average year. Contact hours have been split between synchronous teaching that is timetabled, and asynchronous teaching which is based on […]
Exeter University drops plans to test all students in September Lifestyle Print Editor Georgia Shepherd discusses the University’s plans for students in September. The University of Exeter has scrapped plans to test all students returning to campus in September. The project, led by Sean Fielding from IRB in coordination with the University’s Bronze test and […]
The University of Exeter’s Student Guild responds to the Unlearn Collective’s open letter for anti-racism.
University of Exeter yet to confirm plans for teaching next year A spokesperson for the University has said that lectures in September will be “delivered online or developed into guided online resources supported by face-to-face teaching” in a statement issued in response the COVID-19 pandemic. The statement did not specify how long online teaching methods […]
Student accommodation Renslade House refuses tenants rent refunds amid COVID-19 crisis Private student accommodation block in Exeter, Renslade House, has rejected tenants’ appeals for their rent to be refunded amid the coronavirus outbreak. Resident students have requested full or partial refunds from the block’s owner, Prestige Student Living, as they are no longer occupying their […]
What is the future for Exeter? Megan Davies sits down with the Vice-Chancellor and Provost to find out more. It would be an understatement to say the last 17 years have been eventful for Sir Steve Smith. The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Exeter, (incidentally, one of the most influential figures in the higher education […]
Given the growth in student numbers at the University of Exeter, it was perhaps inevitable that we would end up waiting a bit longer for more than just our take-away coffee. If you want an appointment at the on-campus Student Health Centre, you can now expect to wait an average of a week, which certainly […]
Comment columnist, Olivia Horncastle, offers her 3rd article on the domination of MacBook’s on Exeter campus. Looking around in your lectures you see a sea of apple MacBook’s. Apple gadgets are filling every spare corner of the lecture theatre. The odd other laptop may occasionally be perched sad and lonely in comparison on the rows […]