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Taste the difference

Aaron Muldoon reflects on the individuality of Taste Coffee Shop, and the different coffee drinking styles in St Andrews.

Transforming a Room into a Home

Room decor is more than just pleasing to the eye; it can affect whose place is chosen for the weekly hangout, is a reflection of the people that live there, and everything, from the colour scheme to even the scent of the room, can heavily influence an individual’s mood. A comfortable room is often the culmination of many different elements...

36 Hours in Barcelona

Julia Bennet walks us through the streets of summertime Barcelona

Entering the Job Market with Creme de la Creme

Natasha Franks profiles Creme de la Creme, an innovative student freelancing website.

Five more societies for your perusal

Study. Travel. And get involved.” Timeless advice to all entering the coming academic year at the University of St Andrews. It isn’t bad advice either. Our three-modules-a-semester course load leaves us with plenty of time for coming-of-age self exploration of interests, and what better way to do just that than to get involved with the many societies that the...

10 Years of On The Rocks: Coming up next

OTR's Head of Press Jessica Armstrong discusses the first stages of festival development with Raisa Muhtar.

The LaFayette Club: coming up next

Deputy features editor Emily Lomax discusses the LaFayette Club's upcoming events and vision for the new year.

36 hours in Savannah

Features Editor Kenalyn Ang shares her experiences one summer weekend in rainy Savannah.

36 hours in Philadelphia

Aaron Muldoon shares his thoughts and expectations during a summer trip to historical Philadelphia.

36 hours in The Isle of Wight

Picturesque bays, rugged coastlines and upmarket seaside resorts make the Isle of Wight the perfect destination for a weekend getaway.