Sunday, March 29, 2020


The Byre Film Club

SPONSORED BY THE BYRE Featuring rare archive footage, dystopian visions, and award-winning performances, the Byre Film Club’s line-up for this semester has something for everyone. The...

Fighting Climate Change Through Fine Art

What do you get when you combine the age-old question of ‘the purpose of art’, and the contemporary issue of the planet falling to...

The mystery of Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait

There is much to be said about the Arnolfini Portrait by Dutch painter Jan van Eyck, which depicts the Italian merchant Giovanni di Nicolao...



Women Who Run With the Wolves: A Review

“Everyone who can read should read this book.” -  Maya Angelou  “Recommended for men who dare to run with women who run with wolves.” –...



March Music at The Byre

March means music at the Byre! Whether it’s opera, jazz, or 70s pop, your musical taste buds can indulge in a variety of performances...

Working Class Hero?

Following the success of his debut album, Hypersonic Missiles, Geordie singer-songwriter Sam Fender has been touring the UK and sharing the uncut insight into...

Life and Music in Communist Czechoslovakia

Communism, still the form of government in a few remaining countries, ended in Czechoslovakia in 1989. However, the repercussions are prevalent today in both...





North Point’s Pancake Night 2020: Review

North Point Cafe is an old standby for St Andrews students. With a very loyal following within and without the student community, the café...

Word of Mouth: Gastronomy and the Podcast

Podcasting is a ubiquitous form of media when it comes to talking about hobbies and interests. In some cases, podcast presenters can provide a...

In Pursuit of Perfection: Victoria Sponge Cake

When I was maybe five or six, a hand placed a yellow plate in front of me with a piece of cake on it....

Love & Limes: Food Culture & Consumption in Greta Gerwig’s ‘Little...

For Jo, consuming food is a major indicator of her willingness to maintain friendly relations.

Taste of Asia Review

Mouth-watering and wide-ranging, Taste of Asia returns to St Andrews with their 2019 Food Fayre.

New in Town: Cornering the Market

Sophia Rink reviews the new St Andrews farmers market.