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Fashion review DRA ball: the seven deadly sins

Last Friday night, hundreds of students flocked to Lower College Lawn in anticipation of a night full of gambling, ice cream, and dancing. The DRAFP Committee threw their annual ball with the theme of The Seven Deadly Sins, which is the largest hall ball of the year. In accordance to the theme many attendees came dressed in different shades of black (wrath), red (lust), and green (envy).

Siren: preview

A new club night is coming to 601 this Wednesday. Siren - "let the call of the arts draw you under." I interviewed Sirens creators, Rachael Hastie and Natasha Furmidge. First of all, what is Siren and why did you pick the name and motto? Natasha: Siren is a new club night marketed towards members of arts and performance societies. In...

Fifty Shades Darker (and more cringeworthy)

This Twilight fanfiction gone wrong might be an embarrassment to filmmaking and feminism alike, but it is ludicrously entertaining to watch.

Review: Cock

Cock was a "gripping triumph of a play," according to Marcus Cork- Keeling.

For Honor review

Our Games Editor reviews one of 2017's most hotly anticipated releases.

Lego Batman: The hero DC needs

The Lego Batman Movie will not only make your face ache with laughter from even before the establishing shot, it will also bestow upon you a beam to bounce you all the way home.

Review: SCO Vibe St Andrews

A review of SCO Vibe St Andrews - an event last Sunday evening that showcased the results of a weekend-long workshop between student songwriters and professional musicians.

St Andrews and the culture of narcissism

Ever wonder how everyone always looks so good in those Friday night club photos? Well, the truth is – they don’t. When fourth-year film student Tommy Rowe started working as a Lightbox photographer, the process was simple: he would take two hundred or so photos off his camera, adjust the exposure and white balance a bit, and wrap it all...

The art of the comeback

2016, a year we are all truly thankful is over, has been described by some as “the year of the hiatus.” It’s been an interesting year for music, but most notable for comebacks from Adele to Ed Sheeran. For fans who already wait about a year for an album, complete disconnection from our favourite artists can be frustrating, especially...

Black Spring: an interview

I sat down with members of the Black Spring production team, an original work sponsored by the Afro-Caribbean society, going up during On the Rocks on the 7-8 April in the Barron. The Saint: Can you tell me how you first came up with the idea for the show?  Danielle Eyanji: Afro Caribbean society had had a showcase a couple of years ago,...