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Sunday, March 24, 2019

The Raisin Question: does St Andrews have a drinking problem?

  When our own library deems it necessary to remind students that drinking there is a bad idea, it's time to rethink our relationship with...

Pret A Manger in St Andrews: cause for celebration or a...

The greater good vs. The rights of small businesses

The eternal freshers’ dilemma: to study or to socialise?

I’ve barely studied for two years and don’t regret a thing I am about to embark on my third year at St Andrews. I do...

Should we donate to big name charities?

Tamar Ziff and Jake Jose argue about the ethics and effectiveness of big-name versus grassroots charity initiatives

Britain and the European Union: in or out?

Jamie Macwhirter and Alex Wellesely discuss the benefits and disadvantages of the UK's membership in the European Union, and weigh the consequences of secession

Grocery gamble: self check-out or cashier?

David Grosset and Raymond Wang present the respective merits and deficiencies of two different supermarket strategies

Should UK tuition fees be raised to cover the rising costs...

Jake Jose and Thomas Quarton argue as to whether UK universities should become more expensive, and thereby more sustainable

Should St Andrews allow more fast food restaurants?

Rebecca Thomas and Kathryn Nielsen debate on the merits and disadvantages of incorporating fast food giants into St Andrews' quaint townscape

Can we live without Facebook?

Sam Mills and Kathryn Nielsen argue about whether a life without Facebook is a life worth living

Is St Andrews an elite university, or a university for the...

Thomas Quarton and Jake Jose debate