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Malia Obama: Yes She Can

On a recent trip to Miami, former first daughter Malia Obama came under media scrutiny for turning into a “party girl”. This encouraged Trump supporters to show similar outrage, claiming that Malia is irresponsible. Fundamentally, Malia Obama is facing criticism because she is a 20 year old female, not quite of the legal drinking age of 21. The fact that she turns 21 on 4th … Continue reading Malia Obama: Yes She Can

How To Survive Dry January

Every year, the population try to commit themselves to all sorts of New Year’s resolutions, but one in particular which has taken Britain by storm is the pledge of Dry January. As I am sure you are already aware, Dry January entails the complete avoidance of alcohol commencing 1st January until the end of the month. Alcohol UK set up the campaign for Dry January … Continue reading How To Survive Dry January

New Year’s Resolutions: From Clichés to Costa

“…Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, Whispering ‘it will be happier’…” – Alfred, Lord Tennyson It’s all well and good saying that you’re going to go to the gym three times a week starting January or that you’re going to avoid taking trips to Costa between lectures but, as most students know, that probably isn’t . New Year’s resolutions are often … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions: From Clichés to Costa

The Exeter Christmas Market on Cathedral Green

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, especially if you have had a chance to stop by the Exeter Christmas Market on the Cathedral Green this month. if you do decide to drop by, come with an appetite because there’s a variety of food, sweets and more to indulge in. When you first enter the market, you will be greeted with a large assortment … Continue reading The Exeter Christmas Market on Cathedral Green

Life After Graduation: Career

‘What are you planning on doing with your degree?’ is a dreaded question that all undergrads face, whether that be from family friends, your mates, relatives or, most dauntingly, your parents. Prior to coming to university, even I had the habit of asking students that very question. Until you yourself become a student, it’s hard to understand just how confrontational that question can be. If … Continue reading Life After Graduation: Career

Review: Women of the World Festival

Last weekend the Women of the World Festival (WOW) came to Exeter for the first time and it was two days full of incredible talks and panels featuring a range of inspiring women. WOW was created by Southbank Centre Artistic Director, Jude Kelly, in 2010 to mark the centenary of International Women’s Day and is described as “a major global festival that celebrates women and … Continue reading Review: Women of the World Festival

Why You Should Join Razz Magazine

Are you a creative person with a passion for writing? Then Razz Magazine is the society for you to join. As Exeter University’s only Arts & Lifestyle magazine, our articles cover theatre, music, literature, baking, travel, and fashion pieces. Whatever your interests are, we are bound to cater to them. We always want to hear fresh ideas for articles, so at Razz you will have … Continue reading Why You Should Join Razz Magazine