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Thursday, March 21, 2019

Duty free at last?

By Adman Boggon At 2408m, the Port d’Envalira at the northern entrance to Andorra is a royal pain in the ass to cycle over. Yet...

From east to west in three American cities

In St Andrews, Americans make up around a seventh of the student body, and most students can claim to have at least one American...

Cultural Cockups

By Francesca Vaghi In Social Anthropology, one of the first lessons I got taught was that cultures are diverse. This does not only apply for...

Dream Destination: Barcelona

There is something about saying ‘I’m going to Spain’ which sounds unbelievably cool, but there is something about saying ‘I’m going to Barcelona’ which...

Travelling to Tuscany on a budget

“P.S…are you going on Ryanair? If so, good luck…” These were the words of comfort I received from the Features Editor before I set off...

Chin chin: a student’s guide to holiday tipples

Confused as to what beverage should be at the top of your list this summer? Arnot Birss has some suggestions.

Top five quick weekend escapes from the Bubble

Rena Lapidaki tells us about her favourite spots in the region and the best ways to get there

Interpreting Monaco: Tales from a summer job

Deputy print editor Mina Omar sat down with Lewis Fairfax to talk about his job experience, meeting Desmond Tutu, and workplace inspiration

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...

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...