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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

#refugeeswelcome

After a summer at home in Turkey, Lara Guneri reflects on the ways her homeland has changed

Transport Into the Bubble

Deputy Features Editor Julia Bennett discusses the planes, trains, and automobiles that students take to get into and out of St Andrews.

36 hours in: Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe is an area packed with history and culture, and perhaps equally as important for students, a particularly inexpensive set of opportunities for...

Winter in Sweden

It’s getting colder. It’s darker earlier. Breaths freeze when you exhale. The streets are icy and slippery. Unlucky fellow students limp on crutches because...

Join the Leaders! Summer camp jobs in America

“Don’t worry about your injury Megan, I’ve informed the Scottish National Defense and they are sending you a haggis THIS big.” A 10-year-old American...

Straight from the field: ghost stories from AnthroSoc

As I sit writing this, it’s Thursday 30 October, and I’ve just returned from AnthroSoc’s event, Tales From the Field: Halloween Edition, in Sallie’s...

Has the Bubble burst?

The spread of media has been seen by some to have destroyed geographical boundaries, meaning that we are never disconnected from what is happening...

Inter-Semester 2012: Where to go?

Students of St Andrews, why not pack your bags and go some place you have never been? It is an exciting alternative to making...

36 Hours in Brussels

Read about Deputy features editor Julia Bennett's 36 hour stay in beautiful Brussels.

SKØL, KØBENHAVN!

Ever thought you’d be able to recite the rules of netball in Danish? Neither did Isobel Turner. However, after 5 months living in Copenhagen, she has more than a few stories to tell…