Alumni and Giving news

Simon Amos has graduated with a 2:1 in Law; he and his family are especially proud of his achievement as he is registered blind.  Simon credits his personal tutor, his College, the AccessAbility service and alumnus David Merkel, not to mention his new guide dog, Ronan, as contributing to his success.

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Alumni news

Simon celebrates his success

Graduate Simon Amos, who is blind, shares success with his tutor, College, AccessAbility, alumnus David Merkel and guide dog Ronan. 

The wonders of life presented in poetry

Romney Duffey is an alumnus with a varied and rich background in Physics and risk management yet he recently published something completely different: a collection of poems and images.

WW1 soldier poet and composer Ivor Gurney shines bright at the BBC Proms

Archival research brings to light previously unheard, as well as rarely performed chamber, orchestral and choral works by World War One soldier, poet and composer Ivor Gurney.

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Giving news

Annual Fund supports Riptide Publication

Riptide has launched its tenth volume of creative writing, this time exploring the theme of “Imagining the Suburbs.”

Cornish myths inspire new children's book produced by student-led university press

Did You Know There Are Dragons in Cornwall? Is the title of a new children’s book recently published by Penryn Press a brand new publishing house created by students from the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus in Cornwall.

Cornish students bring successful new twist to ‘British Racing Green’ motorsport history.

A 12-strong team of students from the Penryn Campus, near Falmouth have competed in the prestigious Shell Eco-marathon competition.

Video

Systems biology

Reliving Exeter: filmed by alumna Ruth Lovell (English 2006)