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Sitara: Hazey night proves a success

Sitara, the Asian-fusion fashion show, opened with their first event of the year in Mammacita’s St Andrews on Thursday night. The restaurant was littered with decoration sourced from India and the Asian continent, creating a colourful and vibrant theme for the evening. As a sold-out event, it was always bound to be busy. The party was a very slow start...

Carnegie Conference: a bright IDEA

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George Wilder looks to learn as he journeys to the latest debate offering by Carnegie.

Casing The Joint

Georgia Davies presents the event capitals of St Andrews that you'll never forget, but never quite remember either.

Club Comparison: finding a good night in The Bubble

With The Vic newly refurbished and The Rule seething with Student nights Sarah John quests for the best night in The Bubble.

IDEAS Conference 2017: A Preview

As Carnegie prepares for its annual IDEA's Conference, Emily Fielding tells us what to expect.

Completing St Andrews: Are we a “tick-list town?”

George Wilder ruminates on the rigid "tick-list" culture of a town run by University Committees and asks "is the grass greener elsewhere?"

Ball pits and Bondax: a Starfields story

George Wilder reviews the festival-themed climax to Freshers Week: Starfields.

Local photographer sends out appeal following theft

Innes Graham, photographer for BlackHorn, seeks assistance after the theft of his camera bag.

Minick of St Andrews Named 2017 East of Scotland Champion for Haggis

Family-owned Minick of St Andrews were one of almost 100 entries, from butchers across the country.

May Ball: fashion edition

In a town distinguished by its multiple fashion shows, it was no surprise that this year’s Kate Kennedy Charity May Ball featured an incredible display of St Andrean style. Last Sunday, Kinkell Byre filled with avid attendees, gracefully donned ball gowns and cocktail dresses alike. The night’s “black-tie” dress-code allowed for guests to take considerable creative liberty, using the...