Exeter comes together for vigil in solidarity with Ukraine A vigil in solidarity with the people of Ukraine was held in Bedford Square, Exeter at 11am on Sunday 27 February. Organised by the leader of the Exeter City Council, Phil Bialyk, it saw the square filled with members of the local community holding flags, signs, […]
The Afghanistan war may be over for the US, but Biden’s problems are not
Siobhan Bahl discusses Biden’s decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan, and what this means for his approval.
The Politics of Remembrance: Nationalism and the State
Jonathan Chern explores the narratives of remembrance and examines its significance on our sense of nationalism.
Syrian children’s artwork on exhibition in Exeter
This Saturday 31st October, a gallery in Exeter will be exhibiting the artwork of young Syrian refugees. The exhibition, named ‘From Syria with Love’ will be on show for one day only at the Art Gallery at 89 South Street. Organised by University of Exeter Syrian student, Baraa Ehsaan Kouja, there is to be around […]