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BIG NEWS! Check out some of the fantastic new acts who will be joining us on the 4 June for Exefest 2017! #EXEFEST17
Cascada, just one of the many fantastic acts we have coming to Exefest, 4 June, has a quick message for you all!
Volunteer with the Donkey Sanctuary to help a worthy cause and improve your employability skills!
In 2009 Nikki and Richard turned what was a old stable into a beautiful restaurant, and from that The Stable was born.
We love the way they say "ExeFest"! Looking forward to welcoming Wheatus plus many other amazing acts to Exeter, June 2017.
The Food Action Project focuses on reducing the amount of edible food within the sell-by-date that goes unsold in shops, cafés and restaurants across the University, whilst also helping those who struggle daily for food within the city.
The first Student Partnership Board meeting for the College of Life and Environmental Sciences
Having clocked up seven UK top ten singles and two massive No.1s, we are very proud to welcome Example as our headliner.
Following the Exeter Students’ Guild Sabb Elections 2017, which celebrated its results ceremony on Friday night, the Guild is delighted to announce that student participation has this year hit an all-time high with 44% of students voting to have their say.
We're proud to announce legendary pop-rock trio The Hoosiers as the first name playing this year's ExeFest.
We are delighted to announce that the immensely popular City Centre restaurant HUBBOX are our main sponsors of ExeFest 2017
Last year, University of Exeter students voted for Tristan Gatward to be their VP Activities of the Students' Guild. In his manifesto was a pledge to run Exeter's first on-campus music festival.
PGR-PGR mentoring enables PGR students to access support from other PGR students.
Second year students complained about the difficulty of ECM2702: Differential Equations and PHY2022: Quantum Mechanics modules, feeling Maths and Physics students are better prepared in their first year for these modules
Dan Spencer is NUS LGB Students' Delegate for 2016/17
Ebony Puttock is NUS Women's Delegate for 2016/17
William Sellers is NUS Disabled Students' Delegate for 2016/17
Shraddha Chaudhary is the DVP International for 2016-17
Nicole Chen is the I.S.C. Vice President for 2016-17
Kristoff Nesselfeld is the ISC Academic Officer for 2016-17
Samuel Shie Song Fa is the ISC Publicity Officer for 2016-17
Michelle Tek is the Careers and Employability Officer for 2016-17 and also the ISC Fundraising Officer for 2016-17
Ritu Damani is one of the ISC Cultural Events Officers for 2016-17
Sophie Stieglitz is one of the ISC Cultural Events Officers for 2016-17
Rebecca Vieyra is the ISC Postgraduate Officer for 2016-17
Sophie Louise Hatton is DVP Camapaigns for 2016-17
Beth Douglas is a Campaigns Councillor for 2016-17
Katalina Karamani is DVP Wellbeing for 2016/17
Sachal Khan is DVP Liberation for 2016/17
Elena Pirillou is DVP Intersectionality and ISC General Secretary for 2016/17
Bea Fones is a Liberation Councillor for 2016/17
Hannah Reene is a Liberation Councillor for 2016/17
Sarah Schneider is a Liberation Councillor for 2016/17
Reece Fitzgerald is the DVP Game Design for 2016-17
The minutes of the handover meeting on 24 March 2016