Charlotte explains Mulvey’s notion of the female gaze and discusses its relevance in today’s cinematic landscape.
Emilia reviews and inspects Ed Sheeran’s recently dropped album, ‘Autumn Variations’.
Carrie ‘cuts to the core’ of what defines a perfect apple by ranking her top five.
Bronwyn discusses the Alexander McQueen Spring 2024 collection – head designer Sarah Burton’s final show for the fashion house.
Sarah Tait reflects on how the closure of Club 601 has affected student nightlife in St Andrews.
Carrie gives her ranking of the track list to Olivia Rodrigo’s latest album, GUTS.
Hannah Peart, Editor-in-Chief of The Stand, indulges in some nostalgia as she reviews the Kate Kennedy Club’s annual Opening Ball.
We’re still being left in the red when it comes to period products and, quite frankly, I’m not bloody surprised
Niamh exposes how the ‘tampon tax’ perpetuated by retailers and the British government fails to provide sustainable and affordable menstruation products.
The Top Five Things To Do between 9th October – 13th October
Sarah contemplates the annual readjustment to life in St Andrews as we return in September.