Isabella Wharton

Co-editor-in-chief at The Tab Exeter

Isabella Wharton
Exeter University

Student news, lifestyle, fashion, campus events, Exeter, university, television, student politics, current affairs, music, events

  • Isabella Wharton is currently the co-editor-in-chief of The Tab Exeter, in which she manages a team of writers and editors in producing articles and content about Exeter life.
  • Isabella enjoys writing about student news in Exeter and reporting on current events and locations to attend within the student realm at Exeter.
  • Isabella has an avid interest in music and pop culture which she enjoys reading and writing about.


Isabella joined The Exeter Tab during her second year of university as a student writer and has since gone on to become Co-editor-in-chief as she embarked on her final year at Exeter.


Isabella is currently a third-year English Literature BA student at The University of Exeter who will graduate at the end of the year. She has taken modules in Early Modern English, political theory, film studies and postmodern literature. She is also writing a dissertation essay on the presentations of female mental health within American modernist novels.


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We asked and you delivered: Here are Exeter University students biggest icks

Guarantee you’re guilty of at least one of these

Exeter Unit 1 is closing down with ‘immediate effect’ due to company going bust

The club is one of 17 sites to close across the country

Man jailed for eight years after raping Exeter University student while she slept

Adam Mohammed raped a woman in student accommodation in March 2021

Exeter University to pay for damages caused by WW2 bomb found under student accommodation

The insurer deemed the controlled explosion as ‘an act of war’

The best places in Exeter to go for a Sunday roast

For when the chicken, rice, and broccoli just aren’t cutting it for ‘home-cooked meals’ anymore

Exeter Uni launches dog-walking project for members of the local community

Dog walks might be the solution to the end of term blues!

Introducing Friday’s with Edie: The Exeter Tab’s new agony aunt column

Exeter is in dire need of her advice x

New year, new team: The Exeter Tab are recruiting writers and we want you!

Come to our open meeting on 26th September at 5pm

Meet your WINNERS of Exeter’s most eligible bachelor and bachelorette 2023

This one can go on the CV (or maybe a Tinder bio instead!)

Uni of Exeter’s first week of term to be disrupted by newly announced UCU strikes

Not the welcome back we wanted

Say ‘yes’ to the final round of voting for Exeter’s most eligible bachelorette 2023

Just say ‘I do’ to one of our sexy ladies!

Introducing the sexy finalists of Exeter’s most eligible bachelor 2023

Vote now or forever hold your peace!

10 things every incoming Exeter fresher should know

The open day tour guide didn’t tell you these!

Hi Ken! It’s time for round two of Exeter’s most eligible bachelors

Even more fish in the sea to choose from!

It’s time to meet the next round of Exeter’s most eligible bachelorettes

Round two, the girls are here to slay!

You’ve seen our bachelors, now it’s time to vote for Exeter’s most eligible bachelorettes!

Let’s hear it for the girls!

Meet the candidates for Exeter’s most eligible bachelor 2023

It’s like Love Island, but in Exeter!

University of Exeter ranked in UK top 20 in new uni league table

One place up from last year, such a slay

‘He asked for a vape-break mid-way through sex’: Exeter students’ worst dating stories

A Valentine’s Day antidote if you will