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Thursday, September 20, 2018

This House Believes Austerity Has Failed

The Union Debating Society’s most recent public debate on the motion “This House Believes Austerity Has Failed” was an exciting night of expert speakers...

Possibility of further strikes looms on students

The UCU has recently announced the potential for another week of strike action between 16 April and 20 April, or Week 10 on the...

Rising concerns over “smart drugs” at universities

The government’s watchdog has issued a warning to students about the dangers of taking “smart drugs.”

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...

Nothing to declare: my break in Rwanda

Over Christmas break I had the opportunity to spend a month in Rwanda. Having never before visited the country, and with little experience traveling...

What does organic mean, anyway?

Before you pay a premium, it may be worth examining what the word slapped on the front of a box or on a produce...

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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...

Colours of the rainbow: summer smoothie recipes

It’s hot and you’re thirsty! Smoothies don’t need to be expensive treats you reward yourself with at Zest after a long day at the...

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.

SSC Candidates: Charities, Debates and Mermaids

Two candidates each are competing for the positions of Charities Officer, Debates Officer and Performing Arts Officer (Mermaids). These are summaries of their campaign...