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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. [...]

Raisin: a weekend of foam and family

Raisin: a weekend of foam and family

Posted On: November 03, 2015

I’m pretty much halfway through my first semester, yet I feel like I just got here. [...]

Celebrating Raisin: St Andrews’ booziest tradition

Celebrating Raisin: St Andrews’ booziest tradition

Posted On: November 02, 2015

Last Monday morning, I went to my mom’s house, put on a Cowardly Lion costume and walked to [...]

Thoughts from a boring lecture

Thoughts from a boring lecture

Posted On: October 30, 2015

I was struggling to come up with a topic to write about this week. [...]

Delivering a calf

Delivering a calf

Posted On: October 29, 2015

A dark auburn shape lay stretched out in the grass alongside a fence. [...]

‘Sicario’ is layered and haunting

‘Sicario’ is layered and haunting

Posted On: October 27, 2015

Silence is the defining element in “Sicario.” [...]

Apples in Japan

Apples in Japan

Posted On: October 26, 2015

Here’s something I did not expect to miss while in Japan: apples. [...]

More potatoes, less talking and other differences across the Atlantic

More potatoes, less talking and other differences across the Atlantic

Posted On: October 19, 2015

Over the past weekend, I received more Snapchats of my friends’ pets than I can count. [...]