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Devil’s Advocate: Should we have so many sabbatical officers?

Yes - Lewis Wood Within the Students’ Association, Management and the Sabbs joke that there exists a “home office” and a ‘foreign office”. The home office consists of the Director of Events and Services, who manages all events and facilities that we offer within the Students’ Association building, alongside the Director of Student Development and Activities, who line manages the...

One Inch of Snow is Anarchy? An American’s take on Anarchy in the UK

I hope everyone can take a break from the abysmal wasteland of anarchy that is, currently, Great Britain covered in under an inch of snow, to try and sympathize with a North-Eastern American rationalize the current weather status. Great Britain’s decent into chaos can only be attributed to one thing, and that is the piling up of under one inch of snow.

Why I’m Striking

St Andrews tutor Ethan Landes explains why he is proud to strike, even in the face of criticism.

Being elsewhere: why is it beneficial to do a semester abroad?

Illustration of a globe
Musing on the importance of studying abroad

What is the best pub in St Andrews?

St Andrews is truly blessed. Often derided for its nightlife and lack of clubs what St Andrews can boast above most other places in the UK is a great number and huge variety of different pubs. A staple of any proper town we have a mix of dance-y bars, Scottish inns and Wetherspoon style pub and grub places (though...

Campus Conversion: A Concern?

Why we should not be concerned by active attempts at religious conversion on campus.

Family is important

Adrian Ngiam considers the importance of family and it helps define us as we go to university.

Learning to quit and focus on what you want

Learning to do what you want to

Let’s donate left over hall food

Kimon Sourlas-Kotzamanis argues that we should do more to prevent food waste in halls.

Family is important

Family is important.