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Sunday, November 18, 2018

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.

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.

Does meat deserve the cut?

Considering becoming a vegetarian or vegan? It could be the most healthy and most environmentally-friendly step to take.

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...

Blurred lines: gender norms and nonconformity in the Bubble

  My alma mater, Brighton College, recently introduced a new uniform rule to accommodate transgender students, which made it the first college in the country...

Christmas with The Saint – The Sweded Edition

I could tell you all about my Christmas celebrations, but since I don’t really know most of the people reading this, I feel it...

The world of the St Andrews Harbour Cafe

Maybe you’ve never really noticed the St Andrews Harbour Cafe before. You’ve probably walked past it a few times on your way to East...

Fife Food Festival: a foodie mecca

The Saint brings you the details on Fife's mouthwatering event, the Fife Food Festival.

I’ll have what’s she’s having: a first date guide

Supposedly, St. Andrews is where love flourishes, and where does love better flourish but at a setting with food and candles. The authors of...

The Pill: Free Love?

When oral contraceptives, or as they are more commonly known ’The Pill’, hit the market in 1960, women became more empowered than ever before....