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Sunday, February 17, 2019

Till Death Do Them Part: A Night to Forget?

As one of their first big events of the term, the Fine Food and Dining society of St Andrews hosted a dinner party at...

Review: St Andrews’ First Burlesque Show

Post exam diet and with the passing of the holiday season, it seems fitting to finally review one of St Andrews’ more controversial events...

Was Welly Ball worth the price?

Natasha Franks reviews Welly Ball, held this past Saturday at Kinkell Byre.

Sitara* 2018: ‘An Unforgettable Night’

Sitara* promised St Andrews an unforgettable night. With their preview shows, cocktail nights and extensive pre-show coverage, it was hard not to expect the...

Welly Ball: Is Bigger Always Better?

‘So it’s a ball?’   ‘Yes’   ‘Another one?’   ‘Yes’   ‘But with Wellies?’   ‘Yes’   With this I had reduced yet another of my home friends to dazed confusion over the events culture...

“You can’t sit with us”: a story of exclusivity

Elischke de Villiers discusses invitation-only tickets, "random" table ballots, and VVIP seating.

Club 601: “the Union has done the impossible”

Jean Summers reviews the Union's new club, "601".

Learning about Port – It’s not just an old man’s drink

Port is a very niche drink – while I’d had it a few times in the past at dinners to me it always seemed...

Dominion: Not for the faint of heart (or stomach)

The Saint's Events editor, Alexandra Sicot-Koontz reviews the Sustainable Development Society's screening of Dominion, a gruelling indictment of the meat industry.

St Andrews Charity Polo Tournament triumphs in the summer sun

Bri Paterson: Deputy events editor Picture this: the sun is out and shining, the air is cool and crisp,  you’ve got a glass of champagne...