Print Sports Editor Henry Hood explores the worrying online world of involuntary celibates
On Horses & Protests Following clashes with police in London earlier this month, Aaron Loose evaluates the use of mounted units in the suppression of public protest. On 6 June, thousands of protesters assembled at Whitehall, Central London to stand in solidarity with George Floyd, a Black man who was murdered by a brutal and […]
Sally Denning explores the significance of politics in hip hop songs.
Online Editor Ellie Cook writes about the spiralling chaos and widespread political protests spreading through Chile. Como la violencia, la polémica y el activismo chileno entran en una cuarta semana caótica en la capital, Santiago, parece que el gobierno ha perdido el control sobre las manifestaciones espontáneas que han estallado desde Iquique en el norte […]
Online Editor Harry Caton delves into the complicated relationship between moral choices in video games and their interactive mechanics.
Online Features Editor Bryan Knight offers an analysis of the divisive nature of international politics and explains why there is a need for a return to civility. In recent weeks, several critics of American President Donald Trump were sent suspicious packages containing pipe bombs. The apparent threat, made to the recipients, seems climactic of a […]
Campaign against Sex-Selective Abortion in China The Chinese government has launched a new campaign against sex-selective abortion in an attempt to solve ‘the Bachelor Crisis’ as there are currently 33 million more men than women in China. Pre-natal gender testing and sex-selective abortions are currently illegal in China, however the strong cultural bias for sons has […]
A n Exeter student was ‘grabbed’ by a stranger walking home during Freshers’ Week, it has been revealed. Speaking anonymously, the fourth year student told Exeposé she had left her workplace in town at 2 am to walk home on 17 September. She noticed a stranger following her on Old Tiverton Road, continuing until she […]
This summer marks the 30th anniversary of a seminal event in punk history, the “Revolution Summer” of 1985 in Washington DC. Online Music Editor Joe Stewart looks back at this cultural and musical phenomenon that, although largely forgotten, changed the trajectory of punk for good. [dropcap size=small]Y[/dropcap]ou could say punk that music, that fast, […]