Thursday, December 7, 2017

The Magic of St Andrews

Ananda Rabindranath on the world of wizards

Refreshed

Eilidh Beaton on the post-Freshers’ Week blues

Cultural Cockups

By Francesca Vaghi In Social Anthropology, one of the first lessons I got taught was that cultures are diverse. This does not only apply for the big things, like speaking a native language, practicing witchcraft rituals, wearing baseball caps or the use of cutlery. It also refers to more discreet codes of behaviour, which can make an even bigger impact...

The New Union

The new Students' Association President, Owen Wilton, sits down with The Saint to talk about the job so far and the year ahead

Oh, the places you’ll go

Susann Landefeld previews life after St Andrews
Hayley Camis on a successful show at the Edinburgh Fringe, minus ladyboys
Ananda Rabindranath on his academic adventures

Arabian Days

Jan Hagedorn on the incidents of complete cultural immersion
By Melissa Steel Starting university can be a difficult and confusing time in anyone’s life. There is so much to think about- a new timetable, independent living and just how much punishment your liver can stand over the next four years. Your first semester is the perfect time to investigate all of this, and this easy to follow guide sets...