Archive for November, 2016

Anubeginning?

Anubeginning?

15th November 2016

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Tuesday 8th of November saw anubeginning. It was Yuuuuge! With spirits high and Clinton going strong, the election seemed irrelevant to partygoers. Despite the screenings… Read More ›

Exeter students unhappy with Cohen Quad delays

Exeter students unhappy with Cohen Quad delays

10th November 2016

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As you may have seen in a certain inferior publication, or heard someone complaining bitterly, Exeter’s new quad, the Cohen Quad, has suffered yet another… Read More ›

The best and the worst student reactions to the Trump

The best and the worst student reactions to the Trump

9th November 2016

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Holy shit, it happened. Our trans-atlantic cousins actually chose to elect a man who, in his best moments: called Mexicans rapists, claimed the President was… Read More ›

Thoughts from Abroad

Thoughts from Abroad

8th November 2016

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Going Abroad can be an extremely formative and educational experience. Read on for third year Spanish and Literature student, Penelope Polly-Anna Lewis-Jones’s, musings on the lessons… Read More ›

Humbug #4: VERSA’s Weekly Digest

Humbug #4: VERSA’s Weekly Digest

7th November 2016

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Winston Bae-chill on 5th week: ‘never give up, never give up, never give up’ THE PICKS THEATRE – Frankenstein/Keble O’Reilly/ Wednesday – Sunday, 7:30pm/ £8 It’s… Read More ›

Who? The Union hacks that once were

Who? The Union hacks that once were

7th November 2016

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Union hacks are like one-hit wonders: fleetingly ubiquitous before disappearing back into obscurity, mediocrity and (most often) Finals.  With that in mind, let’s take a trip… Read More ›

How to get into Bridge tonight

How to get into Bridge tonight

3rd November 2016

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At first it seemed too good to be true: entrance into the hallowed corridors of Bridge for only £0.01 tonight. But here at VERSA we… Read More ›

Crisis Aboard HMS Union

Crisis Aboard HMS Union

2nd November 2016

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It is often remarked that a week is a long time in politics – but then there are weeks which really drive this home to… Read More ›