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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

A Little Party Never killed Nobody

Last Thursday night, the Vic played host to ‘A Little Party Never killed Nobody’. This Gatsby-themed party aimed to channel the spirit of the...

UDS Debate – This House Believes the Thirteen Colonies Should Declare...

Last Thursday saw the Union Debating Society, in conjunction with The History Society, debate like it was 1776, as Lower Parliament Hall went back...

A cappella concert vs Ian Dee

Every week we’ll put two events head to head. This week, the a cappella concert and Ian Dee: Hypnotist

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...

Oktoberfest reviewed

After the final pretzel was demolished and last steins' drained, Airashi Dutta recounts the fantastic and wunderbar details of this years Oktoberfest...

Opening Ball raises the bar

Natasha Franks reviews the Kate Kennedy Club Charity Opening Ball.

Fine Food Fayre

It was the free nibbles, handed out by the friendly Fine Food and Dining Society committee in purple aprons at the entrance, that did...

HeforShe: raising the game in the fight for gender equality

This week saw the launching of a new and interesting society called HeforShe. Made famous by Emma Watson, this movement has been growing more...

Catwalk

Tierney Riordan reviews the first fashion show of the year

To privatise or not to privatise? The great NHS debate

Jamie Rodney reviews the latest UDS debate on the question of privatising the NHS.