Aims and Objectives:
- To provide informative and engaging journalistic content
- To provide a space where our members can publish their written work and improve their journalistic skills
- To publish content in the interests of, and for the benefit of, the student body
Exeposé is the University of Exeter’s free and independent student newspaper, produced entirely by and for students every fortnight.
With both the newspaper and our website going from strength to strength, there’s never been a better time to get involved with your student newspaper. As well as providing a platform to have your news, comment, features and reviews published online and in print, this year Exeposé is expanding its offering to its members. Lectures from leading journalists, a variety of workshops and inclusive socials are all coming up in 2014-15. Over the years, our writers, photographers and designers have gone on to work for major publications, including The Guardian, The Independent, The Daily Mail, the BBC, OK!, Xbox 360 Magazine, and many other titles.
Of course, you don’t have to want to become a professional journalist to write for Exeposé; absolutely anyone can contribute as much or as little as they like, whether it’s a slickly written album review or a rant about Timepiece.
Since 1987, Exeposé has given a voice to Exeter students. Over the years, the determination and dedication to journalism exhibited by students through Exeposé has helped shape the University we study at today. We have received national recognition for our award-winning campaigns, investigations and surveys, and always strive to provide students with high quality news, comment and features. You can pick up the latest copy of Exeposé from our distribution racks across campus, or you can read issues online here.
Get involved with Exeposé for the chance to be part of a friendly society, to have your work published and to make the headlines.
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