Students have reported having to wait as long as 52 hours to receive their Rapid Response coronavirus test results, despite the University claiming that they would be received within 24 hours. An initial press release from the University claimed “those participants who take tests in the morning will receive same day results, participants in the […]
A Fresher’s Guide to Packing for University Print Music Editor Bridie Adams gives us the down low on all the university essentials for every fresher If you are a returning Exeter student, you’ll already know the basics of what you need and don’t need at university. If you’re going to be a fresher in September, […]
Student-workers have spoken out after the University failed to furlough much of its casual staff.
Lianna Tosetti contemplates her changes in personality coming to university Picture it. Arriving at University for the first time. Waving goodbye to your old life as it drives off with your parents, leaving you and a completely fresh slate behind. For some of us, this is an exciting time to reinvent yourself. You can tell […]
Freya Jhugroo dissects the stages of essay-writing in the mind of a perfectionist and the likely familiar process of crafting every piece of work; translation by Anna Assens Gonzalez. Aquí documento el proceso ilógico del cual sufro cada vez que escribo un ensayo. Ya yo sé que podría vivir una vida más tranquila si mi […]
Ben Bradshaw, Labour candidate for Exeter, today joined striking university staff on the Streatham picket line. Speaking to Exeposé, Bradshaw confirmed his support for the “local members of the UCU union and the students who are supporting them in their strike. “I’m a trade unionist myself, and I wanted to show solidarity with people who […]
The Students’ Guild have voted to support the UCU cause as a result of an online poll they held. 78% of students have voted to support the cause, with 2,427 students voting. The Guild ran the poll from 11 Nov to 20 Nov, with the multiple choice question “What stance do you have regarding the […]
Paige Insalaco argues that the Goldsmith’s campus beef ban was the kind of institutional leadership we need to combat the climate crisis and that Exeter uni should follow suit.
Scarlett Parr Reid, print science editor discusses her previous experiences struggling with homesickness.
Anna Romanovska responds to a New Statesman article that claimed University was a con, arguing it skirts around the really issue, inequality of outcomes between ethnicities in education.