Michael describes how the Dome of the Rock’s construction and architecture reflect the cultural syncretism policy of the Umayyad empire.
Sarah contemplates the universal difficulty of trying to be an adult as a student, despite feeling very much still like a child.
With the days growing shorter, and All Too Well getting longer, the Union’s recent Taylor Swift Bop provides more evidence of an on-going Taylor epidemic in this town. Christy Forshaw asks, ‘What is it about Taylor Swift that has this university enchanted?’
Millie reviews the tricks and treats at this year’s Fright Night at the Student Union.
Violent Delights Have Violent Ends – St Andrews Students Bring a Dazzling Version of Macbeth to the Stage
Callisto reviews an independent student production of MAC BETH, adapted by Erica Schmidt.
Isabelle considers the benefits of embracing ‘purple prose’ in the age of AI.
Rachel outlines some key looks from recent Spring/Summer ‘24 that illustrate designers’ impulse to elevate longstanding classic items.
Daisy discusses the new wave of cancel culture looming over Halloween.
Playing Puppet: Cyrano de Puppet Excels at Comedy, but Falters When it Tries to Turn to Something Serious
Callisto reviews the Mermaids student-written production of Cyrano de Puppet, running 23-24 October at the Barron at the Byre.
The scandi style sweeping the fyp (or at least, mine)