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Saturday, December 7, 2019

From the Front Lines of the St Andrews Scene: Don’t Walk...

I arrive at 9:32, sharp. It’s common knowledge in the douchey-er crowds of St Andrews that 32 minutes late is right on time, so...

Review: Pitch Perfect 2

The Barden Bellas return for a second outing of the a capella movie franchise, but will it match the original hit?

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.

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....

A Day in the Life of Freddie Fforde, Association President

After treating me to a serenade by The Other Guys, Freddie Fforde made me a home-cooked meal on Valentine’s Day. However, I have not...

Hangover cure drink to debut at Oktoberfest

If the marketing is to be believed, Survivor may be the one-size-fits-all hangover cure that we have been waiting for.

St Andrews’ nightlife: not a totally lost cause?

Let’s face it: the nightlife is not the reason any of us decided to come to St Andrews. We may have a great collection...

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...

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.