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Thoughts on Girlhood

Following the historic win of South Korean drama Parasite at the ninety-second Academy Awards, now more than ever mainstream Western audiences are opening to...

The Byre Film Club

SPONSORED BY THE BYRE Featuring rare archive footage, dystopian visions, and award-winning performances, the Byre Film Club’s line-up for this semester has something for everyone. The...

Working Class Hero?

Following the success of his debut album, Hypersonic Missiles, Geordie singer-songwriter Sam Fender has been touring the UK and sharing the uncut insight into...

Oscars Oratory

 It seemed that, thankfully, not many stars chose to follow this instruction this awards season. Joaquin Phoenix’s moving speech at the Oscars last Sunday...

Life and Music in Communist Czechoslovakia

Communism, still the form of government in a few remaining countries, ended in Czechoslovakia in 1989. However, the repercussions are prevalent today in both...

Oedipus Rex: A Review

Like every other English Literature student in St Andrews, I had to read Oedipus Rex for the first week of a module advertised as...

Oedipus Rex: A Preview

Oedipus Rex, home to the original mummy's boy and influence to Sigmund Freud, is the notorious Greek tragedy by Sophocles. It follows the ill-fated...

New in town: Spoiled Life

  SPONSORED BY SPOILED LIFE The Spoiled salon is a well-established mainstay of St Andrews’ town centre. However, the Spoiled brand is expanding with a new...

In Pursuit of Perfection: Victoria Sponge Cake

When I was maybe five or six, a hand placed a yellow plate in front of me with a piece of cake on it....

Stop complaining about St Andrews’ music scene

I’ve written my fair share of Union-slating articles. I am not a frequenter of the Bops, and I can’t say I’ve ever been enthralled by their theme choices. But I’m a little sick of reading post after post on university Facebook pages, complaining about the terrible state of the St Andrews music scene,