Harrison Jones

Harrison is a political journalist and second year History and Politics undergraduate. He edits Exeter University's student newspaper Exeposé, having written for a number of publications, including The Independent, The Daily Telegraph and The Egyptian Gazette.

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Exeter University spent £3m on staff expenses in 2014

Exeter University spending £3m on expenses is yet another sign of how mindlessly corporate UK universities have become

While students are being forced into debt, the salaries and expenses claims at some of the UK's top universities defy belief

Thousands of students march through central London calling for an end to tuition fees and student cuts during a national protest in London

Not only do we have the money to cut tuition fees, but we could scrap them altogether

I've got one word for anyone who thinks that lowering tuition fees can't be done: Trident

Tuition fees 'may have to rise again', according to Exeter University vice-chancellor

Tuition fees “may have to rise again,” according to the vice chancellor of the University of Exeter in a debate hosted by the university's debating society against the President of the NUS last night.

View from the top of Exeter Cathedral; the city balances a modern vibe with its routed history and peaceful feel

Student City guide: Exeter

What’s the big draw?

Exeter students enter temporary occupation

Students from Exeter are occupying a university building in protest at the privatisation of student loans and in a show of solidarity with the National Week of Action against student debt.

10 things you really should do before you leave university for good

There's more to these three years than drinking and sleeping, and you owe it to yourself to find it

Student politics in 2014 needs to capture the spirit of Paris in 1968

The resurgence in student activism at the end of last year must be harnessed to build lasting change, argues Harrison Jones

Exeter to Edinburgh and back in a day: How one fresher's lost bet left him facing a 900-mile round trip

Hockey team prank leaves Australian Jack Banister with a 16-and-a-half-hour journey

Labour should be standing up for students - but it's not

The Labour Party Conference has been another damp squib, and Ed Miliband risks losing a generation of voters

To boost activism beyond Red Nose Day, we need political education in schools

What are the roots of British social apathy?

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