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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

A guide to playing Pokemon Go in St Andrews

Most people remember Pokémon Go for the second-half of summer 2016, when it launched in early July and it seemed as if everyone and...

Reading for Pleasure During Exam Season? Novella’s for the Busy Student

Exam season: The two dreaded words that seem to be on the tip of everyone’s tongue. It can be frustrating to be told to...

Spotlight: Wax Collective

I hate to use the ‘living under a rock’ cliché but... well, if you’re a St Andrews student and haven’t heard of Wax Collective,...

Byre Theatre: A summer season worth sticking around for

Despite the fact that this academic year’s theatre season is drawing to a close, it is clear from the Byre’s May-to-September catalogue that theatre...

Review: The Crucible

If I were a director (which I most certainly am not), The Crucible would strike me as an especially daunting task, not just for...

The BlackHorn Refugee Project: How One Meal Can Make an Impact...

I recently got the opportunity to sit down with Libby Edwards and Stanley Parker, the two dedicated students who brought us The BlackHorn Refugee...

On The Rocks Review: Bharathanatyam

In the closing days of the On The Rocks festival Bharathanatyam showcased classical Indian dance, brought to the Barron stage by students Sanjana Ramaswamy...

On the Rocks Review: Secret St Andrews

With students coming from all over the world to study such a wide variety of subjects, there are few things that we all truly...

Review: Captain Marvel

Film editor Milo Farragher-Hanks reviews Marvel's first female-lead film

On the Rocks Review: Around the World of Dance

On The Rocks concluded its fifth day with Shimmy Society’s “Around the World of Dance”, an inclusive showcase of dance and music from around...