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Saturday, April 20, 2019

Uncovering Passport Privilege

With Brexit negotiations dominating current news, Deputy Features Editor Alice Bessonova takes a look at the 'value' of certain passports and the ease with with people of some nationalities can travel the world today.

Life in the OTC

Kenalyn Ang looks into life in the Officer Training Core in St Andrews and discovers the seemingly endless benefits that it offers our students.

Dry February: My Teetotal Month in the Bubble

Elen Young walks us through the highs and lows of elected sobriety in St Andrews, as she challenges herself for charity with Dry February

Scotland In Union

Julia Bennett sat down with the founding members of the very first student branch of national organisation Scotland In Union, to touch-base on all things politics, and its presence in our daily lives.

90 years of Kate Kennedy: this weekend’s procession celebrates a rich...

  Although officially founded in 1926, the Kate Kennedy Club traces its origins to a time when our university was no more than a fledgling...

A night at The BOP won me a trip to London

As a seasoned competition loser, I had little hope that, out of 300 people who participated in a Facebook competition post to win a...

The Lumsden Club celebrates 15 years of history

Natasha Franks looks to the past and the future of the Lumsden Club, as they celebrate their 15 year anniversary.

An interview with BBC Scotland’s Brian Taylor

Sileas MacInnes interviews BBC Scotland chief political editor Brian Taylor on his time at St Andrews and his thoughts on the independence referendum

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...

36 Hours in Bath

A short stay in Bath proves to be a plethora of historical information on Roman baths, the Austen family, and gin.