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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Internship notes

From her law firm desk, Jessica Yin writes on the continued breakdown of race relations across the US Justice System

Meet Katherine Skeels, Nightline’s publicity officer

The Saint: How did you get involved with Nightline? Katherine Skeels: I got involved in my first year. During Freshers Fayre, I came up on...

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...

The 5 best cafés in town

Like most arts students, I don’t really have much else to do apart from spend time in coffee shops. But with more coffee shops...

H7N9 Bird Flu – China’s shadowy past of health scandals put...

The grim reaper of modern pandemic diseases makes a macabre reappearance, this time in the form of the newly discovered strain of bird flu,...

Where are they now?

Olly Lennard looks at the private lives and career paths of some of your most cherished childhood icons. This week: Scooby & Shaggy.

Dry February: My Teetotal Month in the Bubble

Elen Young walks us through the highs and lows of elected sobriety in St Andrews, as she challenges herself for charity with Dry February

The Books of My Life: Clare Nellist

What we read can shape who we are. Stories that spark the imagination, give food for thought, and leave you thinking about the novel...

Not such a pie-in-the-sky idea for Fisher and Donaldson

Laura Abernethy interviews Ben Milne, manager of Fisher and Donaldson and creator of the 24-hour bakery vending machine

The FoMO phenomenon and how to fight it

Sometimes social media makes it hard not to compare your holiday experience with your friends', so the ASC has come up with some top tips for a FoMO-free summer.