Meg Davies
Meg Davies
Exeter Editor of The Tab

Why do we still teach women to be scared and helpless?

We need to stop teaching girls to be afraid of the world

Why do we still teach women to be scared and helpless?

We need to stop teaching girls to be afraid of the world

An Exeter hockey fresher lost a game of fives and had to go on a 15 hour journey to Edinburgh

‘The first few hours were really tough’

The stereotypes of every club you’ll go to in Exeter

You’re going to Cheesy’s tonight, aren’t you?

There is now an app for students who are too scared to ask questions in lectures

Anonymous queries are now an option for increasingly nervous students

‘Your exams are just talking’, and other ways to annoy a languages student

Please don’t mention Brexit

RAG Exeter has already raised £2,600 for Movember – with more to come

It’s a mammoth of moustaches and money making

Semi-Toned have won the first round of BBC2’s ‘The Choir’

They will be representing the South West of England in the semi-final later this month

28-year-old local supermarket manager denies groping Exeter fresher

In court, the defendant denies sexually assaulting the student in her halls of residence

Brave BNOC Connor McBride on shaving his head for Movember

‘I want to make a statement. I want to make it huge.’

A Unit 1 barman blacked up for Halloween

He was dressed as Cool Runnings

Everything you’ll miss about the UK on your year abroad

An ode to the restorative healing power of a well-made cuppa

Exeter is elitist and it’s a problem that needs to be addressed

There is not point denying that there is a class gap

Being a woman on the Metro isn’t easy

It’s hardly a Parisian dream

Why do I only fancy guys with ginger hair?

They’re sweet like honey

Why do I only fancy guys with ginger hair?

They’re sweet like honey

What I learned watching The Lizzie McGuire Movie as an adult

This is what dreams are made of

What I learned watching The Lizzie McGuire Movie as an adult

This is what dreams are made of

Exeter are going to charge current students more than £9,000-a-year

What a disgrace

Meet the women travelling in ‘the most dangerous countries in the world’

‘As we walked through the mall, we encountered the religious police who were shouting at the young girls asking them to ‘cover”

Students are tackling homelessness with their #ProvideAPad campaign

These students are determined to tackle the stigma