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Art

Fighting Climate Change Through Fine Art

What do you get when you combine the age-old question of ‘the purpose of art’, and the contemporary issue of the planet falling to...

The mystery of Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait

There is much to be said about the Arnolfini Portrait by Dutch painter Jan van Eyck, which depicts the Italian merchant Giovanni di Nicolao...

A day of On The Rocks brought to November: On The...

This Saturday the 24th On The Rocks will be hosting On The Pebbles, a one-day teaser of next semester’s festival compiling 10 major events...

Style

Books

Sweet Sorrow: A Review

Award winning author David Nichols published his 5th novel Sweet Sorrow in the summer of 2019. Author of One Day and Starter for Ten,...

Film

Music

Stop complaining about St Andrews’ music scene

I’ve written my fair share of Union-slating articles. I am not a frequenter of the Bops, and I can’t say I’ve ever been enthralled by their theme choices. But I’m a little sick of reading post after post on university Facebook pages, complaining about the terrible state of the St Andrews music scene,

From Cohen to techno: What is ‘real music’?

  I've just walked out of the theatre after having seen We Will Rock You. It’s my favourite musical, but a lot has changed in...

Interview with Del Water Gap

Devised by musician Holden Jaffe but formed by the people and push of Brooklyn, Del Water Gap should be on any rock-inclined music fan’s...

TV

Theatre

Games

Food

In Pursuit of Perfection: Victoria Sponge Cake

When I was maybe five or six, a hand placed a yellow plate in front of me with a piece of cake on it....

Love & Limes: Food Culture & Consumption in Greta Gerwig’s ‘Little...

For Jo, consuming food is a major indicator of her willingness to maintain friendly relations.

Taste of Asia Review

Mouth-watering and wide-ranging, Taste of Asia returns to St Andrews with their 2019 Food Fayre.

New in Town: Cornering the Market

Sophia Rink reviews the new St Andrews farmers market.

Oppa ‘K-Pop’ Restaurant Review

With the opening of Oppa, the restaurant scene in St Andrews continues to expand across new cultures and flavors. I remember my days as...

The BlackHorn Refugee Project: How One Meal Can Make an Impact...

I recently got the opportunity to sit down with Libby Edwards and Stanley Parker, the two dedicated students who brought us The BlackHorn Refugee...