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Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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A Family Band: Father, Jeff Tweedy, and son, Spencer Tweedy Collaborate...

For Spencer Tweedy this summer was about recording an album with his father

The Saint at Freshers’ Week: Student Wit

On Saturday night, in a jam-packed Venue 2, three student groups provided the crowd with an evening of original comedy.

The strengthening relationship between the arts and mental health

Creative expression is becoming rapidly accepted as an extremely useful resource for those living with mental illness, both through increasing awareness and knowledge, and in providing people with an opportunity to use art as a coping mechanism.

Review: Bouncers Remix by John Godber

Stereotypes abound in this four man play centred on the world of clubbing.

Style at the Mermaid’s Christmas Ball

The Mermaid’s Christmas Ball, themed Christmas at Hogwarts, set the backdrop for a display of partygoers’ festive trends and seasonal classics. Simplistic styles, such...

Bailey’s Stardust exhibition shines through

Until 18 October, Bailey’s Stardust is on exhibit at the National Gallery in Edinburgh. Curated and directed by David Bailey himself, this blockbuster exhibition is a retrospective of...

Getting to grips with Death Grips

Fancy changing up your Spotify queue? Sam Mchilhagga recommended the hip-hop/synth trio Death Grips

The Saint’s top five films to watch on Netflix this week

Netflix and Chill - the Saint way.

Album Review in Brief: Our Love

The difficult follow-up to 2010's 'Swim', Dan Snaith's Caribou return with 'Our Love'

The Brits: wildly successful or dreadfully predictable?

St Andrews may not be music central; even Wiley tried to run away. Therefore the news of the Brit’s may seem distant to our...