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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Inter-railing: the ultimate travel freedom

This summer, after finishing our dreaded A Levels, my friends and I decided to go inter-railing around Europe. For me it was the first...

Lessons from the silence of monks

Returning to St Andrews means encountering familiar questions. “What did you do with your summer?” is reliably high on the list. We’re all keen...

When in Rome

As a Classics student, I was overjoyed to be asked to chaperone forty-five 11-year-olds around Italy’s ancient sites. The school that I had worked...

Where to go this January?

Discover hidden parts of France, get an insight into Northern Africa, have tea with a Welsh community in Argentina or sunbathe on a beach in Spain. Mhairi Roberts on where to go in the Intersemester Break

What to do When… You’re Stuck in the Airport at Christmas

If you rely on some sort of transport that transcends cars, buses, trains, unicycles, a strong man’s back, and so on, you have inevitably...

Charity, Chundering and Chile

We have all heard them — “Yah mate, I literally vommed all over the dance floor of The Lizard last night...I just chundered every-whah!”....

Around the world in 21 universities

Caitlin Hamilton compiles a snapshot of life at universities and colleges across different continents.

A couple of hundred words on travel

By Ben Dunant Travel is an exciting, formative and (although I use the word cautiously) enlightening experience. It is about meeting people and seeing places...

What next for Christiania?

Christiania, known as the Danish social experiment, a hippy-era remnant, and the alternative tourist attraction in Copenhagen, celebrates its 40th birthday this month. Founded in...

A taste of the Mediterranean

On a recent summer voyage around the Mediterranean, I had the luxury of visiting six unique and fascinating places. Each with their own culture,...