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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

There and Back Again: June-August 2013

You didn't really think you’d heard the last of me, did you? Along with two of my former Saint colleagues – Caitlin and Ryan –...

I See Dumb People: The Tragedy of the South

Over the Christmas break, I encountered a film that I had not seen since I was around six years old: Disney’s Song of the...

My Nepali wedding

Caitlin Hamilton, continuing her travels in Nepal, attends a hilltop wedding in Kitipur

If that’s graduation calling, tell him I’m just putting on my...

The train to Bognor Regis was late on Monday. And the crackly voice announcing this at Gatwick railway station sounded really upset about it....

The Student Vegan: The Graze Box

Whether it’s an unexpected care package from home or the result of some therapeutic online shopping done while slightly intoxicated, everyone loves getting mail....

Sabb Diary: what, who, when, how and why

You may have seen the banners hap- hazardly hanging out of windows or the assault of colours, flyers, and smiles outside the library. It’s...

The best of times?

An A-Z (roughly) of blogger extraordinaire Sarah Dickins' year abroad in her final blog post.

Montserrat Guibernau speaks at The St Andrews Foreign Affairs Conference

This is the third part of a four-part series, analyzing each of the four respective speakers from The St Andrews Foreign Affairs Conference, “Nationalism...

Wait, are fezzes in now?

Having lobbed my dissertation at the head of an unsuspecting member of staff in the School of History, screamed “Good God, take it away!”...

The Food Collective: Cauliflower and Paneer Curry

I used to be terrified of curries.  I've always loved them, but the idea of making my own curry seemed beyond impossible.  Growing up...