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Saturday, July 20, 2019

Where are they now: Winnie the Pooh

Olly Lennard fills his corner of P17 with hilariously dark nonsense about cartoon characters. This week: Winnie the Pooh. Winston “Winnie” T. Pooh was first discovered...

Raisin Weekend: then and now

The University of St Andrews has only recently finished celebrating its 600th Anniversary.  With such an established University comes a wealth of traditions. Yet, while both...

The Saint’s guide to surviving Raisin

Whether you're a parent or child this Raisin Weekend, Caitlin Hamilton has some worthy wisdom to pass on to you. PARENTS Purchase in advance This is the...

Where are they now?

Olly Lennard gives cartoon continuity a darkly funny kick in the teeth. This week: Wile E. Coyote & Roadrunner America first became aware of Wilbur Ethelbert...

Taking steps in the fight against cancer

Rebecca Hay tells The Saint about an upcoming charity trek to Machu Picchu. Did you know there is an international cancer charity based on South...

Taking the fear out of flying

The ‘ding-dong’ of the intercom when the cabin crew communicates with each other does not mean imminent disaster, one of our captains at ‘Flying...

University Challenge: St Andrews, Gray!

In almost every era, every institution, every demographic, there are some programs which everybody watches every week, without fail. Dallas, Only Fools and Horses,...

The English Baccalaureate: the end to dumbing down?

On 17th September 2012, Michael Gove announced the educational reforms concerning Key Stage Four examinations. The English Baccalaureate is set to begin in 2015 and...

Where are they now?

Olly Lennard creatively spits on your childhood. This week: Speedy Gonzales Speedy Gonzales, the fastest mouse in Mexico, was born in 1953 as a distant cousin...

The curious incident of the Tinchy in the night time

The diary of a frustrated Features interviewer. Friday 5pm: Interview with Tinchy Stryder confirmed. Exciting news, as this is going to be my first ever...