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Saturday, April 20, 2019

Habemus Papam Francisum

‘HABEMUS PAPAM FRANCISUM’ were three very explosive words on Twitter a few days ago, with over 25,000 retweets in ten minutes. The newly created...

The Ripple Effect

After 18 days of demonstrations calling for his removal, former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has at last retired to Sharm al-Sheikh, leaving power in...

Whilst in Egypt

"Sorry for the inconvenience, but we’re building Egypt” One day after Hosni Mubarak resigned to the will of the Egyptians, whilst people were cleaning up...

From the classroom to the boardroom

The management society’s third annual Women in Business Forum is scheduled for Tuesday. Learn why this event is important for everyone.

Food for thought: controversial scientist opens St Andrews Literary Festival

Professor Richard Dawkins, controversial author and evolutionary biologist known for his books The Selfish Gene and The God Delusion, visited St Andrews on 16...

Berlusconi condannato

Late last month, a Milanese court convicted former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to four years in jail for tax fraud, the details of...

Al-Qaeda and the ISIS

Maximilian Curtis explains Al Qaeda's disassociation with the ISIS, an active militant group in Syria.

1956 All Over Again?

For over a year now, the media has been filled with images of violence and brutal suppression which have emerged from Syria. The West...

Can the future of journalism be found in Ezra Klein’s news...

Popular blogger Ezra Klein had made a name for himself at the Washington Post’s Wonkblog by contextualizing current events and offering a level of...

Cameron’s latest speech divides Europe

The European Union (EU) has become a topic of lively debate following Prime Minister, David Cameron’s speech (23/01/2013) about holding a referendum in the...