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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

The profound importance of children reading for pleasure

The primary joys of childhood stem from a natural unadulterated naïveté. As children, we believed in Santa Claus; we believed in magic; we believed...

A president’s reflections on life after St Andrews

Twelve months is a reasonably short time in politics. At the cusp of graduating into the real world, and away from a life so...

A king is born: the importance of a name

This article is the second and final installment in this series on Prince George of Cambridge, the son of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess...

A king is born: his future childhood

The House of Windsor has recently been blessed with a new addition to its already sizeable brood! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have...

St Andrews students start UK’s first Guide Dogs society

Every hour, another person goes blind in the UK. An assistance dog can change the lives of people with sight loss, giving them the...

Guide Dogs: Meet the puppies!

Walking up to the utmost floor of the Union, I passed many smiling faces skipping down the stairs and leaving the venue.  With exam...

Childhood amibitions of The Saint team

The Saint team reflects on what they wanted to be when they were younger

Who would you travel back in time to meet?

I have always loved finding out about the past, and as an avid Doctor Who fan, the prospect of time travel is just too...

Head over wheels

As officially the clumsiest person in the world, I have been doomed to live a life of no team sports. Do believe me when...

Where are they now: The Little Mermaid

Olly Lennard spins a dark web of comedy nonsense around your favourite cartoon characters. Ariel, the youngest daughter of King Triton, lived in the magical...