Friday, March 23, 2018
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In this article, Deputy Features Editor Cate Hanlon delves into Argentina's troubled past through the lens our her CO1002 module's study of Argentina writer Antigona Furiosa.
In this article, Deputy Features Editor Tas Vamos explores how our perception of science, objective facts, and universal truths has changed as a result of the constant barrage of fake news.
Deputy Features Editor Julia Bennett discusses the planes, trains, and automobiles that students take to get into and out of St Andrews.
Deputy Features Editor Catriona Aitken talks to various student journalists about their experiences and what it means to be an 'aspiring writer'.

Seagulls of St Andrews

Seagulls are ubiquitous and unpopular in St Andrews, but few people actually know much about them. Isabel Quattlebaum discusses some of the misconceptions about these fascinating birds.
Deputy Features Editor Cate Hanlon sits down with with St Andrews students from Scotland and the US to ascertain how their perceptions of news differ. Are American and British news sources really that different, is how we get our information integral to how we understand it?
Deputy Features Editor Catriona Aitken looks into the different avenues through which students can volunteer in St Andrews.

Brexit and Animal Sentience

Following a recent debate in the House of Commons, The Saint delves into the issue of animal sentience. To answer the question do our pets have feelings or we really just anthropomorphising them?

The Shopping Centre Getaway

Features Editor Kenalyn Ang recounts her visits to malls in the Philippines that offer their patrons far more than shopping.
The latest edition of our Overseas Series comes from Kirsten Ross, who delves into her experiences as an Erasmus exchange student in the stunning city of Venice.