Thursday, May 25, 2017
A second year's eight tips and tricks to avoid that first year jiggle.
A charismatic duo, Laurence and Ludovic, bring St Andrews some new delicious late-night grub! Here they tell us about the idea's conception and its fruition, and why crepes are exactly what St Andrews needs.
photo of coffee shop table
Zest is so much more than your average coffee shop; The Saint sits down with the owner, Lisa Cathro, to find out why.
If you do not waste food you will never go hungry – so the old saying ‘waste not, want not’ leads us believe. To many, this phrase conjures up images of queues outside grocers of wartime Britain and a by-gone era of thrift. While the phrase may feel out-dated, the philosophy of reducing waste is more relevant than ever...
The leaves are changing colours, Tesco is selling canned pumpkin at a ridiculous import markup and Starbucks is once again peddling their absurdly famous Pumpkin Spice Latte. All these things mean that fall is upon us. However, if you do not enjoy the fall foliage or would rather not choke down something that tastes like a pumpkin candle, there...
Olivia Gavoyannis is here to tell you what to drink as well as why you ought to invest in a white tablecloth
Amidst tales of employee walkouts and refused pay, The Saint looks at a happier instance of student employment 
Maybe you’ve never really noticed the St Andrews Harbour Cafe before. You’ve probably walked past it a few times on your way to East Sands. It’s located just before the small wooden bridge where the lock gates are: it’s the small, somewhat temporary-looking 15 by 10 foot MDF square that is almost no colour at all, the one with...
It’s hot and you’re thirsty! Smoothies don’t need to be expensive treats you reward yourself with at Zest after a long day at the lib. Instead, they can be an amazing way to start the day with an energy boost, especially during the summer when you have lots of fruits to mix and match. What’s great is that smoothies...
Budapest, Hungary is the perfect destination for a quick getaway. Plus, with its mix of Eastern and Western influences, a generous exchange rate and general walkability, the city is especially student-friendly. I travelled to Budapest this past spring break after visiting Munich and Vienna and it was my favourite of the three cities. Here are some sites (and snacks)...