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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Indie Game: The Movie

Dir: James Swirky & Lisanne Pajot 4/5 Ross Hamilton delves in to the under-explored world of video-game creation with new documentary Indie Game: The Movie, an examination...

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St Andrews’ answer to Gossip Girl

Natasha Franks profiles the anonymous author behind Shiteshead Revisited, the town's premier voice of satire.

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...

The Nibble satiates St Andrews’ desire for satire

The Saint meets with the anonymous founders of St Andrews newest and most intriguing satirical paper, The Nibble.

Master of Ceremonies

What does it take to get a job performing at the Olympic closing ceremonies? Oliver Clayton auditioned to be a performer in the Olympic Closing Ceromonies...

The Good, the Bad and the App

In setting out to write this feature I wanted to look at, well, a good videogame, a bad videogame and an app. All right,...

Brave and honest: Alumna Fiona Benson’s ‘Bright Travellers’ Reviewed

Amanda Merritt thinks this recent graduate's debut poetry collection has all the elements of good writing.

“Art through a wider lense” : an interview with SENSE founders

Amanda Levinson interviews the SENSE founders, a unique gallery which promises to play on the five senses: taste, touch, sight, smell and hearing.

Pottermore – The Name of the Game

We play videogames everyday, but only a few of us actually realise it.  J.K. Rowling has helped develop what has been dubbed a ‘website’, an...