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Friday, April 26, 2019

Introducing: St Andrews Against Slavery

In this issue, our photographers were joined by St Andrews Against Slavery, a society with a strong message: slavery is closer than you think. The following photos invoke scenes of human trafficking and exploitation common in the modern age. They explore the themes of plantation workers in the coffee trade, and prostitution, inspired by Amsterdam's Red Light District, highlighting just two of the many ways that we may come into contact with modern-day slavery , either as a consumer, or a tourist. For more information please visit St Andrews Against Slavery's Facebook page. Photos: Alyssa Chafee, Raphael Benros, Sian Venables, and Yelim Lee

Photo story: student photography

A collection of photos from the student photographers of St Andrews.

“Lost”

A selection of reader submissions around the theme of “lost”.

St Andrews Holi Celebration 2014

All photos by Sammi McKee of the St Andrews Holi Celebration 2014. Filled with joyous life and vibrancy, the event started off spring break...

Week in Pictures: BINDI, Mersault, 600th Finale Ball launch party, and...

Photos of BINDI by Ellen Shaw of Shawtography, 600th Finale Ball launch party by Sage Lancaster, Random Ceilidh by Kathryn Jones, and Mersault gig...

Freshers’ Week: the Opening Weekend

Welcome to the Bubble and Clan Warfare (all photos by Amy Thompson and Ben Goulter)  

The Ambassadors Ball 2013

The Ambassador Ball presented by the Foreign Affairs Society. All photos by Ali Stokes of Lightbox Creative and Helena Fornells Nadal.