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Sunday, August 18, 2019

Bassment Review

  If you’re searching for a way to diversify your nights out in St Andrews from the typical over-priced pablos and 2012 pop songs, look...

DONT WALK: A phoenix from the ashes

After the unfortunate cancellation of the planned March 2nd event due to unforeseeable extreme weather conditions, DONT WALK rose up unmistakably renewed and untouched...

Bursting the Bubble: Glasgow

LANY (pronounced Lay-nee) is not one of the world's biggest bands, but is definitely one to keep an eye on as their popularity grows...

Review: Gin Society Prohibition Dinner

Having attended The Gin Society's first event back in February, I was super excited to be able to go to their second and final...

Glitterball: The happiest night in St Andrews

Just over a year ago, the front page of The Saint’s website was hit with now-infamous breaking news: The annual Saints LGBT+ ball, Glitterball,...

Review: Bacchanalia 2019

At the beautiful venue of Younger Hall on 1st March, Bacchanalia presented some of the best music that St. Andrews has to offer, as...

Review: Ambassador’s Ball Launch

  At £3.50 for entry to event run by students for a subject I don't even do, going to the launch for the Ambassador's Ball...

DRAFP Ball 2019: boring or ball-er?

When one has to review events, one always encounters the same problem: it is impossible to describe it in a completely antiseptic, objective way....

Review: Ideas 2019 with Lord Jonathan Evans

For those of you who don’t know, the Carnegie Club is the student-run organisation that aims to promote the values represented by their namesake,...

Gin Society Makes Its Debut in St Andrews’ Social Scene

In an article written before Christmas, Toby Lowenstein, one half of the brothers masterminding The St Andrews Gin Society, stated that their aim was...