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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Not just another dance: The traditional Scottish Ceilidh

Deputy features editor Catriona Aitken discusses the popularity of the traditional Scottish Ceilidh among St Andrews students.

The Coffee Review

So, the nights are drawing in. The deadlines are looming. It is cold and dark and you’re stuck in the library, staring at the...

Calling all yogis: St Andrews’ best new society grows up but...

It took me a minute to walk to the church where YogiSoc were having their Tuesday class. Facing large monastic windows, with chanting songs...

Cooking: the morning after the night before

For when Paracetamol just won't cut it...

Confusing accolades with aspirations

Nowadays, getting into university is like training for an Olympic event. In high school, students are loaded with AP and Honours level classes, suffer...

The Saint interviews #ITooAmStAndrews founder Sium Ghebru about the project

You may have heard about a new campaign underway here in St Andrews. Following similar (and very popular) campaigns at Harvard, Oxford, and Cambridge,...

Tu Vuo’ Fa L’Italiano

Authenticity seems to be a major concern in some Italian restaurants. Their menus, though usually in English, are suffused with superflous italian phrases, a...

The (new) social network

In 2010, Paramount Pictures released a film called The Social Network. Just like its protagonist, the film itself took a rather aggressive standpoint, affirming...

Local talent: Professor Don Paterson joins Topping & Co.’s literary festival...

Topping & Company hosts a lot of events. A multitude of writers and poets alike have passed through their doors, and in the coming...

Student cooking: Harvey Owen’s slow roast pulled pork with crushed potatoes

Serves 4 There is nothing fancy about it I must admit, but it is great value for money and is practically fool-proof. This recipe (which I...