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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Victoria’s secret is out

Victoria’s Secret, a fashion brand that is known worldwide for its pretty lingerie and iconic pink and white striped pyjamas, recently came under scrutiny...

Say ‘Yes!’ to safe, affordable and convenient travel

Yes!Cab, the latest innovation to be introduced to the St Andrews’ community, is an exciting new initiative, begun by two of the university’s very...

Fuelled by fear: the True Crime trend

True crime provides the perfect procrastination. Having an unfinished essay due the next day is a seemingly small issue compared to accidentally marrying a...

Community expression through theatre: what can St Andrews’ theatrical scene tell...

As we approach the final few weeks of the semester, the marketing campaigns of numerous student productions flood our notifications. Deputy features editor Siobhan Ali spoke to a number of students involved in such productions, gaining insight into the important societal role of self-expression within this cherished theatrical tradition of St Andrews.

Dry February: My Teetotal Month in the Bubble

Elen Young walks us through the highs and lows of elected sobriety in St Andrews, as she challenges herself for charity with Dry February

FS: Behind the designs

Elizabeth Milne spoke to Kameron Cooper, one of the contributing young designers to this year’s FS event, about everything from her very first sewing machine to how her music playlist informs her fashion sense.

A traditional folk-us

Over the weekend of 22-24 February, the St Andrews Folk and Traditional Music Society hosted their second annual folk music festival. Being the third...

Marie Kondo can stay away from my bookshelf

The ‘Tidying Up’ phenomenon meets its toughest challenge yet: student halls.

The Devil Wears Barbour

February is a big month for the future of your closet. Not because of the New York fashion week. Nor the London fashion week....

A Helpful How-To for the Dreaded Thank You Letter

You feign excitement as you tear the paper off another gift which makes you think, "Do they really know me?". Abby Li comes to your rescue with prompts for when you just don't know how to say thank you, and mean it.