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Tuesday, November 19, 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...

Disconnected

By Hillevi Gustafson Going to lectures as a sub-honours art student at this university is mostly pointless. You are a nameless, faceless member of a...

Christmas indecision

By Nina Zietman For the first time in my life, I don’t know what I want for Christmas. When I was younger, I always placed...

#147

Sport Editor Richard Browne assesses the use of international sporting friendly matches...

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...

147

By Nina Zietman SOMETIMES I THINK being clumsy must be a disease. Not a day goes by when I don’t spill some sort of condiment...

The Whistleblower #146

Sport Editor Andrew Magee looks back on a year of highs and lows in the world of sports journalism...

Issue 146

“What is art?” A friend of mine posed this question the other day during our lunch conversation, “You either have a very broad definition...

We’re Still Here

By Hillevi Gustafson For years the newspaper industry has been immersed in the morbid discussion on whether or not it will survive the coming of...