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This column will to do nothing to combat my cultural stereotype, but I am about to vent my anger over seven pence. The story starts with my unashamed love of one of the Middle East’s finest and most well-known delicacies – hummus. I love hummus and, as I have discovered recently, it is a fantastic way to improve the...

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Freshers’ tip #4: To buy or not to buy

If you're not already getting adjusted to life in the Bubble, then you're probably agonising over what things you need to take with you to university. Stores are full of anxious parents queuing up to buy their lovely sons and daughters things that they might find useful as students. Many people, when planning what to take, resort to the...

Freshers’ tips #2 and #3: Budgeting and books

Make sure you don't get caught out by one of the biggest financial mistakes students make. Check out the previous tip to learn how you can avoid falling into this trap! Tip #2: Budgeting If you thought insurance was interesting, I bet you're dying to find out about how best to budget at university. No? Like many of these tips, these things...

Getting a job: tales of Superdry and Superdrug

Getting a job alongside your studies can be both fun and useful, as Camilla Henfrey explains

Freshers’ tip #1: Insurance

Exams are over. Results (for some) are in. You've done it - congratulations. Now the excitement starts to build as the days tick down until you arrive in 'the bubble'. But with excitement comes, understandably, a slight nervousness. The majority of people who start St Andrews go not knowing anyone, not having lived by themselves before, and not knowing how to work a...