Upon entering my final year, I have an abundance of apprehensions and anxieties about the prospect of leaving my university experience behind and moving onto something different. I have never been good at accommodating change in my life, I firmly hold onto what I know and what I am comfortable with – there are never meant to be waves in my sea. My third and final year at Exeter is already nearly a third completed; time is simply no one’s friend – it is unreasonable, stubborn, will never slow its tempo, or dawdle to let you take a moment in. Continue reading Exiting Exeter
Exeter based restaurant PINK MOON are offering a number of exclusive Grad Week deals to help make your Grad Week that bit more special! From Monday 15th July to Friday 19th July inclusive, PINK MOON are offering a special set menu with delicious dishes available for just £17.50 for two courses and £20.50 for 3 courses. To help you celebrate in style, we’re also offering … Continue reading PINK MOON: Grad Week Deals!
‘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
This one is especially for third years… A lovely illustration by Rachael Gillies. Continue reading Illustration: Careers Headache
Here are two pieces we just didn’t have space for in our spring issue, both exploring the process of trying to find your way at university. Anna Holden- A second year persepctive Lost in the makings of ourselves How many people can honestly say that they know exactly what they want to do when they leave university? I am one of the many that simply … Continue reading lost at university