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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Gotta do the cookin’ by the book

Are cookbooks marketed towards students making unfair assumptions about their target audience? With The Times recently crowning the relatively unknown Good Food 101: One Pot...

Light Box: Physics, Photography and Poetry

Poets and photographers respond to new scientific research at the University, as part of Robert Crawford and Norman McBeath's 'Light Box' project, celebrating the 2015 UNESCO International Year of Light. Crawford and other writers will be reading their work at 5.30PM, Thursday 9th April, in the School of Physics and Astronomy

One St Andrews, Many Talents

One Britain, Many Cultures - part of the Black History Month celebrations - saw a host of talented student performers and speakers celebrate cultural diversity, identity and equality in St Andrews on Tuesday night

On the Rocks: Food Writing Workshop review

The Fine Food and Dining Society's panel proved to be one of the highlights of this year's On the Rocks

Sign of ancestry or fashion statement? The natural hair debate

"Natural black hair is seen as uncontrollable, unruly and unprofessional, consequently the women who wear it are defined in the same way."

On the Rocks: Crystal Mirth review

The Mirth crew turned their hand to sketch comedy for On the Rocks and the results were very funny

‘…And one more thing’: Clive James’s Poetry Notebook Reviewed

Tristram Fane Saunders is charmed and entertained by Clive James's chatty Lit. Crit.

Do I really need that book about Hygge?

A fashionable phenomenon in Britain yet a simple outlook on life for Danes, the word “hygge” means different things to different people. Pronounced “hoo-ga,”...

The Adamson

Ruby Munson-Hirst reviews St Andrews’ newest restaurant - and goes heavy on the gin Every time a new bar, shop or restaurant opens on one...

Bored to Death

A Don Quixote for the modern era? Based on a short story he wrote for McSweeney’s back in 2007, Jonathan Ames’ Bored to Death is...