Tuesday, March 31, 2020
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My First Performance at Inklight

“You’ll gain financial freedom.” “Meet lifelong friends.” “Develop a caffeine addiction.” Of the many outcomes popular culture pronounces of the university experience, my favourite has always been...

Spilling the Tea on the BBC Licence Fee

Inform, Educate, Entertain. These are the three guiding purposes of the world’s oldest public broadcaster, whose licence fee has been a subject of debate...

In Conversation with Robbie Collin

Robbie Collin has enjoyed a successful career in film criticism. Having started on a graduate scheme at the notorious News of the World, he...

Parasite Is Playing At NPH – Here’s Why That Matters

Parasite is Playing At NPH – Here’s Why That Matters   The sweep pulled off by Parasite at the 92nd Academy Awards – where it won...

The Comedy Scene in St Andrews

Before I came to university, I must say that I associated comedy with middle-aged men on Live At The Apollo making jokes about their...

Frank Muir Prize For Humour

The Frank Muir Prize for Humour is an annual competition to find the best in original humorous writing that the University has to offer....

North Point’s Pancake Night 2020: Review

North Point Cafe is an old standby for St Andrews students. With a very loyal following within and without the student community, the café...

Word of Mouth: Gastronomy and the Podcast

Podcasting is a ubiquitous form of media when it comes to talking about hobbies and interests. In some cases, podcast presenters can provide a...

Emma: A Review

Director Autumn de Wilde’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved Emma released this Valentine’s Day is the perfect cinematic adventure, whether for a romantic date or a chuckle with friends.

My Brilliant Friend: A Review

Growing up in post World War Two Naples, Elena Greco and Rafaella (Lila) Cerullo are two young girls with brains and ambition, qualities that...