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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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Shine Theory: Kendra Eno

Adding on to her Shine Theory Column, Tiffany Black speaks with Kendra Eno, showcase manager for St Andrews' Afro Caribbean Society, on the vision behind their new, upcoming event Ubuntu, and what it means for Ms Eno to be growing up as a black woman.
Deputy features editor Catriona Aitken discusses the St Andrews Rail Link Campaign with members of the campaign, and student's hopes and ideas for a better transportation system for the town.
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.
Raisa Muhtar discusses Fife's alarmingly high homeless rate and what students can do about it.
The Saint: What prompted you to put on this play? Gabriele Uboldi: I’ve always loved Greek tragedies. I went to a particular kind of high school that involved studying Latin and Ancient Greek, and so I did study all of that stuff, both the language and the culture. I studied ancient theatre as well, and I loved it. Actually, for my final project for high school I had to study The...
Tiffany Black sits down with members of The Lumsden Club to chat about working women, Shine Theory and the recent Winning Women conference.
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Features Editor Kenalyn Ang discusses the STEPS Charity and Programme with Professor Christopher Given-Wilson, and this year's two postgraduate students and STEPS scholarship recipients.
Deputy Features Editor Julia Bennett discusses this month's game plan with Women in Work.
Study. Travel. And get involved.” Timeless advice to all entering the coming academic year at the University of St Andrews. It isn’t bad advice either. Our three-modules-a-semester course load leaves us with plenty of time for coming-of-age self exploration of interests, and what better way to do just that than to get involved with the many societies that the...
Claire Fogarty reviews Peter Singer's talk in St Andrews, and asks the world-renowned philosopher about what it means to live an ethical life.