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Reflections on a semester in St Andrews

Reflections on a semester in St Andrews

Posted On: November 20, 2015

While most study abroad students at St Andrews are preparing to return to their home schools in just [...]

Black hair is political — and none of your business

Black hair is political — and none of your business

Posted On: November 17, 2015

This week I went to SA’s Table-Talk, ingeniously named “Miley, What’s Good?” [...]

King William and Queen Mary, Explained

King William and Queen Mary, Explained

Posted On: November 12, 2015

Ever wonder what these monarchs had to do with our little school in the swamp? [...]

The battle of Christmas ball

The battle of Christmas ball

Posted On: November 11, 2015

Attending a ball is the stuff of fairytales. [...]

The death day party: a WizMug tradition

The death day party: a WizMug tradition

Posted On: November 11, 2015

I want to tell you all about WizMug’s annual Death Day party, which happened last week. [...]

‘Spectre’ is a missed opportunity for Bond

‘Spectre’ is a missed opportunity for Bond

Posted On: November 11, 2015

When Daniel Craig was first cast for the role of James Bond, a great many people swore he [...]

‘Steve Jobs’ presents a complex portrait of the man

‘Steve Jobs’ presents a complex portrait of the man

Posted On: November 11, 2015

"Steve Jobs" presents a muddled picture of a man most people want so desperately to celebrate and admire. [...]

Halloween in Tokyo

Halloween in Tokyo

Posted On: November 10, 2015

Compared to most of my friends, I have a very low tolerance for horror movies or haunted houses, [...]

It’s never too early to think about Christmas

It’s never too early to think about Christmas

Posted On: November 05, 2015

The petit blocks of Merchant’s Square and Prince George Street captured a corner of my heart in my [...]

Homecoming: a glimpse into the future

Homecoming: a glimpse into the future

Posted On: November 05, 2015

The week of Homecoming is a marathon. [...]