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Saturday, February 23, 2019

A typical St Andrews girl

News travels fast in this town. I doubt there are many students who have yet to hear about the article on the Telegraph’s website...

Recipe highlight from Old Course Hotel

Bircher Muesli is the most convenient breakfast for whipping up the night before ready to have on the go in the morning!! It's wholesome,...

36 Hours in Lisbon

Tiles, port, and picture-worthy art. Lisbon is laden with historical eye candy as well as good eats. Hear about them from Maya Mortiz's visit to the city.

St Andrews to host inaugural ethics debating tournament

The University of St Andrews will host the first John Stuart Mill Cup, a debating tournament which will tackle ethical issues of public concern,...

Bacchanalia: ‘Drunken Revelry and Ritual Madness’

On the 9th March Younger Hall will be host to the night of ‘drunken revelry and ritual madness’ that is Bacchanalia. But what exactly...

A Day in the Life of Amanda Litherland, Director of Representation

9:30am. Amanda opens the door of her flat. This is the first time I’ve met her, or indeed any of the sabbatical officers (the...

Breaking the silence: An introduction to St Andrews’ Quaker community

    Many rooms are quiet at 10:30 on a Sunday morning in a university town. A hush falls over St Andrews from around 3am, disturbed...

Overseas Series: Matthew Cregan

German and Economics student Matthew Cregan shares his hints and tips on Erasmus exchanges while experiencing a semester in the Austrian capital, Vienna.

The New Silk Road: A look at the Belt Road Initiative

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.

Interview: Jamie Ross, candidate for Association President

The Association President, along with the Director of Representation, is responsible for representing student interests to the University and external organisations, including the government....