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Monday, October 21, 2019

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...

Focusing on the Royal Highland Education Trust

Charity events raise big money in the Bubble, but where do the funds go?

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.

Conquering the world

In 1982, around 3 per cent of the University’s student body was international. The number now sits closer to 30 per cent. Editor Jonathan Bucks reports on how St Andrews became a melting pot and leading international recruiter

Resurrecting the hitchhiker

Oliver Nott discusses the potential comeback of hitchhiking due to fundraising events like St Andrews' own Race2 and Jailbreak.

Better with age

Mature students add diversity to our study body, but what makes their experience so different?

Spotlight on Inklight: fostering student talent in St Andrews

The archetypal writer is a mysterious creature. Are they brooding outsiders? Unassuming wallflowers silently storing up material? Or else do we envisage the Hemingway-esque...

Fun, flavourful fall festivities

The leaves are changing colours, Tesco is selling canned pumpkin at a ridiculous import markup and Starbucks is once again peddling their absurdly famous...

Teaching English in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan is a little-known country in central Asia, which a few people may know from its 2005 Tulip Revolution. For the rest of us,...

Finding a local volunteer haven at Riding for the Disabled

Deputy print editor Mina Omar takes a look at the inspiring work of the RDA.