Emily Pink

Features Editor

Emily Pink
Location
Exeter
Education
Exeter University
Expertise

Student wellbeing, sustainability, student lifestyles, chronic illness and university, self-care, University of Exeter, English Literature

  • Emily Pink is currently the Features Editor for The Tab Exeter, researching and writing original and current content for university students
  • Emily's journalistic interest lies in creating safe spaces for students to feel included and heard, particularly those with chronic or underlying conditions
  • Emily Pink is passionate about advocating for sustainable lifestyles through campaigns, projects, and digital resource creation

Experience

Emily is Features Editor for The Tab Exeter and journalist for Paris-based magazine 7Hollywood. She previously worked for Voir Fashion as Website Content Assistant and she owns a blog on sustainable living, titled The Little Wardrobe.

Education

Emily was state-school educated in West Sussex before coming to University of Exeter in 2021 to study BA English. She is currently in her final year of undergraduate study and aims to progress to the MA Publishing course in Exeter.

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Posts

Reclaim the Night: The Exeter walk demanding safer streets for women

‘We should all feel safe. It’s not a privilege.’

Bored of the Forum Library? Here are seven Exeter study spots that aren’t on campus

Because we all know the Law library is a place to socialise, not work

Here’s what I’ve learnt from being a chronically ill student at Exeter Uni

‘Some people get hit by Freshers’ Flu worse than others’ – my housemate, apologetically, to me x

Here are five random Exeter Uni moments that make you feel really grown up

What do you mean I’m nearly 21? I’m literally just a teenage girl

Don’t have a car? Here are six places you can get to in Exeter without one

Because we’re not all blessed with a Fiat 500

Chaos, caffeine and crying: A day in the life of a third year Exeter student

Deadlines? I only know coffee, sweet treats and tears x

An indisputable ranking of all the best Exeter coffee shops on campus

Get yourself a cheeky treat, you deserve it

These are my top 10 favourite things about Exeter, from someone going into final year

Sign me up for a Master’s now please xxx

These are the top 10 things you’re most likely to do as an Exeter Fresher

You will buy a Freshers Wristband and not go to anything (it’s a canon event)

The ways you can be a little more sustainable as an Exeter student this summer

Ok, we know that Josie tops are cute – but do you really need them in 10 colours?