Thursday, February 22, 2018
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This finding provides an insight into future climate change modelling.
As mentioned in my last column, leaving the bubble is always a terribly challenging endeavour and therefore frequently needs to be planned months in advance. However one of the most common reasons for us study-focused students to break away from our work and the safety of the St Andrews cocoon is for the variety of musical acts that are...
Features editor Kenalyn Ang discusses The Lafayette Club's penultimate guest speaker of the semester: former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
Second year student Charles Stevens discusses his new project The New Silk Road, which will investigate various proposals and promises of the new Belt Road Initiative. Deputy features editor Catriona Aitken writes about the details shared in their conversation.
     Robertson Property Ltd. recently announced their plans to build a new development consisting of a 90-bed hotel, 104-bed student accommodation building, 89 car parking spots, and bicycle parking spaces. The development would span over two blocks and be located at Abbey Park. Robertson announced their plans on Friday 6 October at a public consultation meeting with the...
How to catch a glimpse of the aurora borealis from St Andrews, and the science behind the magic and mystery of northern night skies.
In the Lafayette Club's continuing series of talks, Dr Anya Neistat presents 'Exposing Human Rights on the Front Line'.

A report from Freshers week

A Fresher reports on their experience of Freshers Week

The Political Bubble

Michael McCabe argues that we need to appeal to peoples feelings, not merely to the logic of arguments, when confronting politically polarising issues.

Review: Jerusalem

Director Al Gillespie "had his hands full" with this ambitious production, writes Ryan Hay.