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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Student flat parties: 5 steps to success

Flat parties are a routine occurrence for the students of St Andrews. The lack of nightclubs (save the Lizard) and the newfound freedom of...

Community expression through theatre: what can St Andrews’ theatrical scene tell...

As we approach the final few weeks of the semester, the marketing campaigns of numerous student productions flood our notifications. Deputy features editor Siobhan Ali spoke to a number of students involved in such productions, gaining insight into the important societal role of self-expression within this cherished theatrical tradition of St Andrews.

Class Gift’s bucket list shows how much St Andrews students have...

The Class Gift committee this week released their St Andrews ‘bucket list’: fourteen things they say every graduating student should do before they leave...

An insight into life on the street in Nepal

Huddling in a circle with four individuals, ranging from the ages of three to early twenties, I spoke with a group of friends known...

American invasion

Will the arrival of a new fraternity compromise campus culture at St Andrews? Deputy Features editor Lara Guneri reports.

Wake up and smell the KeepCup

Amid the climate change strikes taking place and the headlines warning against the imminent threat of plastic, there is a university student staple that...

Space to study?

Our student body is growing, but the library is not; George King considers the alternative options 

Fuelled by fear: the True Crime trend

True crime provides the perfect procrastination. Having an unfinished essay due the next day is a seemingly small issue compared to accidentally marrying a...

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

Breaking the silence: An introduction to St Andrews’ Quaker community

    Many rooms are quiet at 10:30 on a Sunday morning in a university town. A hush falls over St Andrews from around 3am, disturbed...