Our lives are mapped around referential points. We all have calendars littered with birthdays, exams, parties, graduation ceremonies, interviews, visits to friends, events, plays, holidays, gigs. None of us live purely spontaneously. For decades modern life has functioned on the presumption that imposing order onto our immediate futures will make us more productive, prompt and predictable. Life is prearranged invisibly around us, marked by the constant promises of the near future, what’s coming next, what will I be doing tomorrow? Continue reading Acknowledging Uncertainty: How Coronavirus has Changed the Way We Plan For the Future
There is something about a roast that demands an occasion. It also happens to be nice and simple. For what ultimately is it other than a lump of meat (or veg for that matter) whacked in a hot oven for some time? So with a little dressing up, a roast makes an impressive, but manageable dinner party main course. A topside of beef provides a sizeable cut of meat that is not too pricey, around which you can plan what ever veg is to hand, on sale or in season. Continue reading Dinner Party Recipe: Roast Beef
This page is taken from our Freshers’ Guides which are being distributed by our committee across campus this week! Continue reading What Exeter Student Are You?
More and more students are finding themselves needing a part-time job in order to support themselves at university. There’s no wonder students have to work when the price of rent is extortionate and student loans are hardly enough to cover it, let alone additional fees such as bills, food and books, as well as simply enjoying life as a student! Working makes life as a student more difficult as it does mean less time can be spent studying and socialising. Although some courses allow plenty of time for a part-time job as they only have a few contact hours a day, there is a lot of independent study necessary in order to thrive at university. However, it doesn’t have to be all that bad, and hopefully this article will share some insightful tips to help you find a job at university and manage your time well between work and your studies. Continue reading Work Hard, Play Hard: Finding A Part-Time Job At Uni
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!
After three glorious months of having a hot and homely dinner placed on the table in front of you, returning to Exeter and having to cook for yourself can be quite the struggle. Coming up with ideas other than your staple pesto pasta is often the toughest part, especially when you may be fragile from the night before, or running out of pennies. Luckily for … Continue reading 6 Recipes to get you through the term
Everyone’s Fresher experience is different, so Razz thought we’d find out what some of the Fresh made of last week… Ellie Taylor-Roberts: Half past eight on Sunday 23rd September and my eyes are trying extremely hard to stay open! The end of Fresher’s Week and what a blast it’s been! I swear if someone stuck a pin in me vodka would spill out! It’s truly … Continue reading Not feeling so fresh anymore…