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Friday, November 15, 2019

University Representation in TV and Film

Upon coming to university, everyone is always a little confused about what life as a student will entail – after all, that’s often what...

This Year in Film

With the new semester starting, now seems as good a time as any to take stock of the year so far at the cinema...

Fleabag in the West End

Fleabag has achieved the pinnacle of what a TV show can be. Not only is it adorned with praise from the public and critics...

Oppa ‘K-Pop’ Restaurant Review

With the opening of Oppa, the restaurant scene in St Andrews continues to expand across new cultures and flavors. I remember my days as...

Do It Yourself: Independent Theatre in St Andrews

For those keen to tread the boards in St Andrews, the most obvious wellspring of theatrical potential in town is the university’s Mermaids Performing...

The Devil Wears… Flares?

I’m calling it the Young Donna Sheridan Effect. This Fashion Month, as always, has welcomed a vast array of interpretations and predictions of the...

Embracing ‘Hygge’ This Autumn

With it being the end of September, there’s a good chance you have all your boxes unpacked in your new place and you’re starting...

St Andrews on Spotify

Spotify is the lazy music-lover’s best friend. Curated playlists, countless moods and genres to choose from, easy to use… but for Spotify artists, it’s...

‘Once Upon A Time In…Hollywood’ — A Review

To describe Once Upon A Time In...Hollywood as Quentin Tarantino’s most personal film to date sounds rather meaningless; he’s never made an impersonal film, having...

Midsommar—Review

Midsommar opens with soft, folkish music playing over a mosaic depicting a series of disturbing but whimsically rendered tableaus—so far as statements of intent...