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Monday, July 22, 2019

A wicked time

There are some experiences I never thought I would have when coming to St Andrews; having my hands wedged in a medieval, wooden ‘thumbscrew’...

Castle Sands- a permanent closure?

Castle Sands has been a long time favorite hang-out for St. Andrews students. The beach was, until recently, the annual host to the May...

Nibbles & Nails

Considering our small population size, St Andrews seems to have a disproportionately large amount of beauty salons. Each one is all too eager to...

Freshers week: What worked and what didn’t?

St. Andrean Freshers are not given the crazy nightlife that one might find in Manchester; so our student representatives had the hard task of...

Where do you STAND?

As students, we earn the reputation for being the most politically motivated group within society. However, when it comes down to it, how aware...

Strokes of Incognito: Mexican female painters, past and present

In a 1966 lecture titled “Women and Creativity”, Simone de Beauvoir addressed the issue of gender inequality in the art world. She held that...

Fighting fire with fire

With a flagging reputation among the student body, the Union has been working to re-establish itself as the place for students to flock to...

Disappearing heritage

The decision has been made to close all remaining pay-to-use facilities at Craigtoun Country Park, a recreational facility lying roughly 2 miles South West...

A dumpster dinner

Can actions that are seemingly innocuous, such as our eating habits, be transformed to create a political message? Freegans certainly believe so. The Freegan movement...

Rooming with a random

Finding accommodation in St Andrews can sometimes seem like a quest of mythical proportions. In our desperation, we students will often settle for any...