A group of five Law students have been suspended from the University of Exeter following allegations of racism. Vile and deplorable messages sent on a group chat were publicised via Facebook, and subsequently shared thousands of times. The group chat had belonged to members of the University’s Bracton Law society. The racist messages came to public knowledge via Arsalan Motavil, via Facebook. However Facebook removed … Continue reading Law Students Suspended from University of Exeter Following Racist Group Chat
Statistics concerning the mental health of students at the University of Exeter have been released – with the figures revealing the scale of mental health problems facing students at the University. In the 2016/17 academic year – almost 2,000 students at the University used the institution’s counselling services. With around 22,000 students at the University, this means around 8% of all students sought counselling. As … Continue reading Almost 2,000 Students at the University of Exeter Sought Counselling Last Year
A University campus is normally a location that allows students and staff to engage in freedom of speech – without having policies or rules in place to limit expression. However, a recent report by Spiked Online has suggested that very few Universities in the United Kingdom actually actively promote freedom of speech, with many supposedly blocking free speech from their campus. In the report, the … Continue reading University of Exeter ‘Chills Free Speech’ on Campus, Study Says
Hundreds of staff members across Universities in the United Kingdom will be striking throughout February and March, following an ongoing row regarding pensions. The strike will be affecting the University of Exeter – with staff voting to join the strike. This has caused concern for students – who would be impacted by the consequences of a strike. The reaction of staff is in response to planned … Continue reading Details on Staff Strike at the University of Exeter
An inquest into the death of University of Exeter student Ethan Philbrick has concluded that the student died by asphyxia – caused by drowning. Philbrick passed away on May 31, 2017 – having been celebrating the end of his exams. Another individual was lauded as ‘heroic’ for his attempts to save Philbrick, which ultimately would prove futile. This tragic case has been looked at in … Continue reading Inquest into Exeter Uni Student Death Finds Drowning as Cause
In an interesting study, academics from the University of Exeter have concluded that bosses with a tendency to swing from a positive to a negative mood cause the most anxiety among employees. Many people will have been in the situation where they don’t particularly like their employer, this can be down to a range of reasons. But many will be able to sympathise with these … Continue reading Exeter Academics Find Bosses With Mood Swings Cause Most Employee Anxiety
Figures obtained by UniEel have revealed huge fines being spent at University’s across the United Kingdom at library’s. Part of our ongoing study focused on the University of Exeter, where it was revealed students spent £8,485.04 on library fines during the 2016-17 academic year. This figure is well below the average figure seen at UK institutions. Putting this figure into perspective – with around 22,000 … Continue reading Exeter Uni Students Spent 8k On Library Fines Last Year!
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