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Friday, November 16, 2018

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...

Summer city guide to Atlanta

Atlanta is rarely, if ever, listed as a top summer destination. There is the heat and humidity, and many people have no idea what...

Dog Sledging: Connecting to our Environment

This month four St Andrews students went on a week-long dog sledding trip in Norway as reward for winning a national competition run by...

Guinness and Green: Travelling with stereotypes

When one thinks of Ireland it is generally accompanied by images of leprechauns, clovers and pints of Guinness, and the colour green featuring prominently...

A hidden Italian gem

Often when travellers from around the globe flock to Italy, it is in search of an ‘authentic Italian experience’. They long to see famous...

36 hours in Sydney: a taste of Australia

Heading to the land down under? No visit to Australia is complete without a visit to Sydney, so here’s a list of the top...

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...

36 Hours in Brussels

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

Teaching English in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan is a little-known country in central Asia, which a few people may know from its 2005 Tulip Revolution. For the rest of us,...

“Las Cañadas”: living in the ‘Cloud Forests’ of Mexico

Francesca Vaghi goes back to basics in the Mexican rainforest and learns a radically eco-friendly way of life...