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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Unicorniness? The leaps and bounds of the unicorn

Features editor Kenalyn Ang ponders the alluring unicorn, and why it has continued to jump forwards in popularity and fame.

Take a jog

As it turns to springtime, deputy features editor Catriona Aitken discusses the benefits of jogging on such gorgeous, sunny days.

Paperless or Paperback?

Deputy Features Editor Catriona Aitken debates the merits of e-books and audiobooks, and whether they will ever stack up to the timeless quality of paper.

The Class of 2021

An in depth look at this year's Freshers. From how they differ from their predecessors, to the St Andrews traditions they have eagerly taken up.

Making the most of the Scottish winter

Stuck with nothing to do this season? Deputy features editor Tas Vámos discusses some places to see and activities to try out this winter holiday in Scotland.

Surviving St Andrews with an eating disorder

A first-hand perspective on the difficulties of perturbed eating as a student in St Andrews, and how they overcome the challenges they face.

Talking cheesecake with The Sassy Coconut

The Sassy Coconut is a healthy meals business run by Ella-Daisy Williams, a Third year Arabic and French student at the University. The business was...

Why am I so SAD?

The seasons are something we all experience. They are an unavoidable part of being human. But the way winter affects our overall mood can have a worryingly...

Alternative New Year’s resolutions

Struggling to think of achievable New Year's resolutions? Here are five ideas to get you started.

The tipping point: an exploration of St Andrew’s drinking culture

From dawn until dusk drinking on Raisin Sunday to a singular pablo in the Union, Emily Lomax offers an insight into the drinking culture of St Andrews.